Mustard has been cultivated for centuries for both its greens and seeds. Mustard seeds are small, round oil seeds that are typically used as a spice in many cultures. Whole seeds can be cracked or ground and added to food dishes while cooking. In the U.S., mustard seed is most commonly found in the form of the condiment mustard, which is made from ground and (typically) pickled mustard seeds. Mustard seeds can also be processed through a cold press or extraction to produce mustard oil. The flavor of mustard seed varies by variety, but as a general rule, mustard seeds are very spicy and piquant. Seeds may be black, brown, yellow, or white, depending on the species and cultivar.
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