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>''american style'' mustard what the

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>''american style'' mustard

what the fuck is that supposed to be?
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Ask the bongs, they made it.
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The most commonly used mustard in the United States, and tied with Dijon in Canada is American mustard sold as "yellow mustard" (although most prepared mustards are yellow) and commonly referred to as just "mustard". A very mild prepared mustard colored bright-yellow by turmeric, it was allegedly introduced in 1904 by George J. French as "cream salad mustard". American mustard is regularly used to top hot dogs, sandwiches, pretzels and hamburgers. It is also an ingredient of many potato salads, barbecue sauces, and salad dressings.
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>>7085843
The shit you see put on hotdogs.
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>>7085843
Yellow mustard, like French's

british mustard is like spreadable tear gas
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>>7085858
Colman's is GOAT. Fond memories of breaking out the powder and making a little dish of it while the Chinese delivery was on it's way.
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>>7085858
Dijon mustard is better
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>>7085858
>mfw imagining and American slathering that on a hotdog and biting down
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>>7085872
I do it all the time, bruv
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>>7085869
>eating chinese with mustard
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>>7085884
Egg rolls
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>>7085843
It's clearly American mustard, are you simple?
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>>7085843

just one of the coziest condiments to ever grace God's green earth, broheim
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>>7085858
I'll tell you a little secret. In India a good few of us eat pizza with English mustard and a buttload of chilli flakes. Otherwise pizza is too bland for most here.
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>>7085843
It's American mustard, you know, the weak and vinegary mustard.
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>>7085936
>>7085952
OP clearly wants to know what makes ''american style'' mustard different from average mustard
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>>7085952
That's spicy brown mustard
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>>7085955
designated
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>>7085957
American mustard is weak and flavourless, English mustard is strong and has too much flavour
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>>7085872
It would be like watching a yank slather Marmite on a slice of toast when trying it for the first time.
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>>7085974
>being proud of marmite
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>>7085955
I didn't realise English mustard spread so internationally.

Is this a hangover of the empire?
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Montaigne mentions this stuff in at least 5 of his essays.
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>>7085967
Each has its own place.
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>>7085981
What form of cryptographic algorithm did you apply to my post in order to get that conclusion?
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>>7085967
that's not really true

american mustard is sweet and tangy, very good on a hotdog or fries

english mustard has a really strong horseradish flavour and is only really good in moderation, but great for a ham and cheese toastie
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>>7085989
But you have English mustard on hotdogs and chips.

Yank mustard just tastes vaguely of vinegar, which you would have on your chips anyway so there is no point.
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>>7085955
Goddamn, so happy to know I'm not the only one.
Shit I used to eat shitty pizzas with Murrica mustard, just to get some of the most shit-filled or confused stares from peers, friends, and family.
>that feel of vindication when, years later, exposing myself to cooking shows and finding out that cheese and mustard is a perfectly valid flavor profile.
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>>7085843

Basically just mustard high with salt and sugar (or high fructose corn syrup). The american palate is just laughable. No subtlety.
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>>7086025
>No subtlety.

Want to hear what your Grandmother would do for one of these when she was 15? My Gramps and his friends have pictures, too. She did that for a fucking candy bar?!!? U.S. G.I.s never had to rape like Russians. One Hershey bar and she was a 15-year-old circus.
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>>7085872
hot dogs are german bro.
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>>7086052
So you have to experience half a decade of near starvation and borderline apocalyptic warfare before you will eat American "chocolate"?
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asdf
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>>7086025
>The american palate is just laughable.
Well, at least we weren't convinced that spaghetti came from trees.
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>>7086061
What does that have to do with his post?
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>>7086067
What are you basing his nationality on? I know of the country you are describing but nothing in his post implied he was from there.
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>>7086063

ask your Grandma about the "teacup trick"
have a Hershey's bar ready and then stand back it's gonna get messy
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>>7086078
Assuming whole thread is a British mustard vs American mustard deal.
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>>7086052


....What DID people do for chocolate bars in those days?
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>>7085955
Doesn't taste enough like fecal matter?
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>>7086091
It is. Are you assuming they are only available in those two countries?

We had an Indian commenting at the start of the thread so to assume the one you are replying to was British is asinine.
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>>7086083
>teacup trick

Google brings up nothing.
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>>7086094
I think he is referring to the story of American GIs trading things for sex during WW2 to the bombed out, starved inhabitants of the warzone.
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>>7086104

try fork-knife ya stupid brick
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>>7086108
I'm not masonry, you silly Ameriblob.
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>>7086107

a small price to pay for beating the Nazis if you think about it, plus most of your Grandmothers were asking for it
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>>7086116
"I suck ur dick for chocolate"
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>>7086112
>Ameriblob

Can we make Ameribob the next meme, I find it more appealing than Ameriblob.

I remember when I was growing up in new jersey this one time my brother threw a rock at my head and my head started to bleed.

I had a dream where I was over at my grandfathers home, and there was a ladder leading up to his roof; evertyime I would get to the top he would kick me in the head and I would fall back down the ladder.

Your friend
-Henry
- henlips
- hphillips
- henry 'ameribob eurobong' phillips
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>>7086134
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>>7086118

do the teacup trick first and I'll give you a stick of Juicy Fruit, too

okay
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>>7085982
I don't think it's proper English mustard but it's way stronger than American yellow mustard and more textural. Colonization tied the two countries inexorably together for better of for worse. I suspect the English love for mustard comes from Bengal where it's in everything(in form of seeds, oil and leaves). The Indian love of tea, biscuits and jam is a pretty funny hangover too.

>>7086007
Nah it's a perfectly valid combination. I always make grilled cheese with a thin layer of sharp mustard. Culturally unacceptable to do it with pizza though.

>>7086096
Racism aside chain pizza in India is worse than America.
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>>7086101
Well an Indian isn't nearly as likely to care enough about America's sophistication of taste or the lack thereof.
Its other ex-territories are even less likely than India to flex in the argument.
Other nationalities?
A Frenchman sure wouldn't jump in defense of British mustard because they find it laughable that their island neighbor has only four sauces in its native food culture.
A German would likely laugh at both ideas of mustard.
Nordic states? They put ketchup in their mashed potatoes, they don't get a say in anything.
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Speaking of Indian mustard, anyone tried this. I've been meaning to but it's a lot of effort for a condiment.

http://www.tastingtable.com/cook/recipes/how-to-make-kasundi-homemade-ketchup
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>>7085967
American mustard is certainly not flavorless. Calm down.
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>>7085974
Marmite is shit. We wouldn't eat it.
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>>7086003
No point to you. Don't be so close minded.
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>>7086025
The fuck are you on about? English mustard is the one with no subtlety. First it's flavorless and now it's not subtle. Yuropoors don't even make sense.
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>>7086141
Okay I'm actually curious, I've searched google extensively and some university archives and I'm not turning up any references to a "teacup trick" I've found something about a tampon in a teacup and a feminist article about rejecting teacups after the war as a sign of male opression yadda yadda. Look I'm not a part of this piss flinging contest I'm just a curious onlooker. Do elaborate.
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>>7086212
He said ask your grandma. Not Google you idiot.
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>>7086215
Okay but if this was well known enough that he's heard of it there's bound to be a memoir somewhere that references it. Please don't be a ruse I want to learn. :(
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>>7086203
This is the entire problem with the French domination of the culinary world. People believe that anything with strong flavors lacks subtlety because a French chef told them so. Subtlety and flavorfulness aren't at odds with each other. Subtlety isn't just balancing the flavors against each otehr but using other flavors to bring out the main flavor or even multiple flavors that are as bright as each other, combining to great effect.
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>>7086221
:3 you'll find the answer someday
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>>7085843
One of the spicier things on your average American's menu, along with breath mints and Frank's Hot Sauce.
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>>7086177
>http://www.tastingtable.com/cook/recipes/how-to-make-kasundi-homemade-ketchup

Way too much fat, I'd half the quantity if you don't want to give yourself the squirts.
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The whole idea behind yellow mustard was that if it was less pungent, people would use more of it and more of it would be sold.
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>>7085843
Sugar paste with yellow food colouring
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>>7085858
lmao, it's nothing like Colman's, that's proper mustard.
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>>7086375
Nice meme, my man! Funny stuff, you clever guy. You keep writing those funny memes and we'll keep laughing!
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>>7086381
Thanks m8, really been trying to improve my memes lately desu senpai
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I like it. To me, it's basically spreadable vinegar with a kiss of mustard flavour. It doesn't taste much of mustard, so I consider it its own thing. Its own, delicious thing.
So yeah, this: >>7085956

Anyway, because of its core vinegary taste and lack of truly mustard-y flavour, I use it almost exclusively in vinaigrettes and other sauces where I want mustard's emulsifying properties but not necessarily its flavour. It is an indispensible part of my kitchen.

>>7085989
>>7086025
>>7086375
I don't think it's sweet at all. Have you tried honey mustard, perhaps? That stuff's sweet beyond all reason. My country makes fruit mustard, which is basically English mustard with candied cherries and shit like that in it. Its wholly unappetising.

>>7085967
Hardly flavourless. Its got a nice tang to it. It's not bad at all. I like it in place of vinegar for my fish and chips. :3
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>>7086440
I came here to say exactly that.

It isn't my first choice but it is very useful in the kitchen. Though French's brand is terrible.
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>>7086456
I actually quite like French's Classic Yellow. I think its nice on a hot dog or a burger. Its not as good as English, French, Dijon or Wholegrain, but it does have a place in the world.

I cheaped out and bought Sainsbury's own brand American Mustard though. This shit is disgusting. Its so sweet and syrupy. Far more than French's is.
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>>7086496
I'm >>7086440
Ah. So as it turns out, "American" mustard in UKistan is sweetened.
Odd. It's not sweetened at all in Burgerland.
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>>7086538
French's Classic Yellow, which most Brits would associate with being American mustard has 5g of carbs per 100g, of which 1g is sugars. The Sainsburys American Style Mustard I posted has 22g of carbs per 100g, of which 17g is sugars.

The Sainsburys version has terrible reviews on their website, and all say far too sweet. Id probably say most Brits prefer non sweetened mustard, and that American mustard is similar to English, but a lot less powerful.
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>>7086557
Quite odd. I've no French's on hand just now, but I live across the street from a supermarket and could pop over there to snap a pic of a label. I think that French's might be sweetened in the UK but not in the US in order to fit British perceptions of what it means for something to be 'American-style.' Kinda like how adding sesame oil, soy sauce or fucking mandarin segments (4rll) to something in the US automatically makes it "Asian."
In the meantime, I'm quite the mustardhead and a huge fan of vinegar as well, so I've several jars and bottles (some empty and used for storing other things and some full of mustard) laying about. I'll snap a few pics. I know none of them have any added sweetening other than the honey mustard I have.
Also, American brown mustard is more like a weak version of British mustard. American yellow mustard is thoroughly unlike mustard but, as I've said already, still good. Anyway, lemme get to the pic-snapping.
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>>7085843
American style mustard usually has the acid added fairly early in the preparation, much earlier than english style mustards and earlier even than many french style mustards, so that relatively few pungent sulfur compounds form, making it mostly tangy, with just a bit of pungency. Good ones are made with cider vinegar as the acid, shitty grocery store ones have distilled vinegar. It's usually seasoned with garlic powder and paprika for flavor and turmeric for color.
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>>7086538
>Processed food product made in the USA
>not sweetened

think again my friend.
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>>7086716
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>>7086965 and >>7086954 are both cheap, storebrand classic American yellow mustard. One is from Aldi and the other from Save-A-Lot. Identical ingredients. For yellow mustard, I typically get the cheapest available because, to be honest, they all taste the same.

>>7086942 and >>7086909 are both classic American brown mustard. One is Kosciusko, which is a popular regional brand in the US and the other is Gulden's, a popular national brand (though neither is as instantly recognisable as French's).

None of the four have anything sweet in their ingredients, leaving me to believe that Brit-style "American"-style mustard is not the same as properly American mustards are.

I have, also, several other sorts of mustard but as none of them are made in America, you don't need to see their labels.

>>7086803
Not everything Americans make is sweetened, though more of it is than in my country. I don't mind some sweetened foods, but Americans take tend to take it to an extreme.
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>>7087019
Oops!
>>7086965 and >>7086954 are the brown ones while >>7086942 and >>7086909 the storebrand yellows. Sorry about that.
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>>7085872

Done it before and I'll do it again.
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>>7085843
Vinegar and artificial coloring to make that bright yellow coloring.
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>>7085872

>mfw a yuropoor sells his soul peddling crockpots for more semen rations
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>>7086965
>>7086954
>>7086942
Where is all the sugar that europoors are shitposting about?
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>>7087867
>Vinegar and artificial coloring
pretty sure that wouldn't look anything like the pictured condiment
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>>7086052
>gif
>nothing moves

when did you begin hormone treatment like all the other fags in the us?
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>>7086803
Pic of French's Yellow. Show me the sugar on that label, please.
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>>7086496
Yellow mustard is never sweet here in 'Murrica. Only honey dijon mustard.
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>>7087867
Turmeric isn't artificial.
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>>7088014
>spice
>natural flavors
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>>7085981
>>7086186
That's because you slather it onto your toast as if it were jam, you fat fucking yanks
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>>7088071
McShits and their nuggets are some of the worst things to ever grace the food world; but god damn, do I miss that hot mustard.
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>>7085872
Got to have mustard. The chili, slaw, and onions wouldn't be right without the mustard. That's the only way to eat a dog.
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>>7085858
>tfw from Norwich
>tfw can buy every mustard flavoured thing imaginable

Shame I don't like the stuff. The mustard chocolate looks intriguing.
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>>7089158
>Norwich
Gimme six !
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>>7088071
I'm more concerned about the english to american english translation so that i can see more britbong and americlap shit posting
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>>7089166

Ayyy
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>>7085843
Literally any other fucking mustard with turmeric added, you dumb shit.
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Real American mustard.
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>>7085843
We take some PCMasterRace assholes and we mash them until they are a yellow paster that you put on low tier carnival food and sometimes barbecue
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>>7091157
>Cleveland
Gr8 b8 m8
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spicy brown mustard is the best mustard, only challenged by jalapeno mustard.
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