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Mustard Gas

A chemical made from sulfur that causes blisters on human skin. It has been used in chemical warfare since World War I. See also: Chemical Weapons Convention.
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Over thirty years ago, my first homemade mustard began with a recipe from a close friend for sweet and hot Asian mustard.
? Pope John Paul XXII loved mustard so much that in the early 1300s he created a new Vatican position of mustard-maker to the pope - grand moutardier du pape.
But Raye's Mustard Mill remained, and now stands alone as the last stone-ground mustard mill on the continent.
It's not surprising to hear Kelley's proclaim, "You don't have to like mustard to love our Stone Ground Gourmet Mustard," with the awards echoing his words.
He said farmers finally cultivated mustard on 5,471 hectares of land in Rangpur, 6,175 hectares in Gaibandha, 11,530 hectares in Kurigram, 1,680 hectares in Lalmonirhat and 4,490 hectares in Nilphamari districts in the region this time.
Sulfur mustard was first used as a chemical weapon during World War I, and damages the skin, eyes, and lungs.
3 Dry fry the cumin and mustard seeds, and stir into the salad.
Add to pickles and chutneys, or grind to make mustard powder.
To get all the flavor but a little less fat, sugar, and sodium, try mixing condiments half and half: For example, cutting your mayo with half barbecue sauce, ketchup, or mustard will slash your fat and calories but still provide lots of creamy flavor.
GENETICALLY- MODIFIED ( GM) Mustard could become a poll issue in the upcoming Punjab Assembly Elections, 2017, with debutante Aam Aadmi Party ( AAP) promising to take it up vehemently.
PHIL Mustard will miss his own benefit game after leaving Durham early.