Mustard deserves a spot on every picnic table in America, but don’t be duped by elaborate labels. Be wary of “fancier” mustard brands, warns Bradley. This often just means that manufacturers added more sugar, salt, or even carcinogenic caramel coloring. In an adventurous mood? Whip up your own Harbour Guinness Mustard—it stores in the fridge for 6 months.
Try organic Brown Mustard from Eden Foods, made with sea salt and a touch of raw apple cider vinegar, which promotes healthy bacteria levels in the body.
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