"pamjd" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I made a gallon of grainy mustard today and burned up another blender
> in the process. I tried my giant morter and pestle and that did not
> work very well. I do not want to run the seeds thru my sone wheel
> grain mill because I a nervous about all my grain having mustard
> overtones. I was wondering if a peanut butter maker (ebay) would do
> the job letting me vary the degree of coarseness of the grind. Thanks
> in advance. Pam
You can buy whole, crushed, and powdered mustard seed from Penzeys, all
versions the same price, and pretty inexpensively... doesn't pay to grind
mustard seeds yourself... besides, unless you have a professional mill
you'll overheat the seeds, they'll be ruined.
Penzeys sells quality mustard seed, freshly ground on best quality
commercial mills... seeds you purchase elsewhere probably won't be as high
quality and ground seeds you buy elsewhere will not be freshly/properly
At $4.60/lb why would any sane individual want to grind their own.