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  1. #1
    pamjd Guest

    Default Peanut butter machine?

    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

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    brooklyn1 Guest

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    "pamjd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:43489851-d1d3-4265-9fcb-f1[email protected]..
    >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
    ground.

    At $4.60/lb why would any sane individual want to grind their own.
    http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penzeys/results.html





  3. #3
    pamjd Guest

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    > At $4.60/lb why would any sane individual want to grind their own.http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penzeys/results.html


    I like to try different mustard seeds from different origins. I get
    seeds from Frontier spices, a Mennonite bulk market, a middle eastern
    grocery and an Indian market. Why would any creative individual want
    to limit themselves to the mainstream?

  4. #4
    brooklyn1 Guest

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    "pamjd" wrote
    >
    >> At $4.60/lb why would any sane individual want to grind their
    >> own.http://www.penzeys.com/cgi-bin/penzeys/results.html

    >
    > I like to try different mustard seeds from different origins. I get
    > seeds from Frontier spices, a Mennonite bulk market, a middle eastern
    > grocery and an Indian market. Why would any creative individual want
    > to limit themselves to the mainstream?


    Regardless of origin botanically they're the same mustard seeds. The only
    differences are how old, how stored, and price... creativity doesn't enter
    into your equation. Btw, mustard is one of the spices that absorbs odors
    like a sponge (why do you think so many prepared mustards are flavored with
    aromatics), I don't want any bulk mustard seed that has been setting out
    loose in some ethnic market, not even if free... of course you may be
    afflicted with TIAD and so won't notice that your mustard seeds are redolent
    of smoked eel, that your dijon is poop-on. Why do you think better quality
    spices are typically packaged in glass, metal, and mylar.... that's so their
    volatile oils don't evaporate but more importantly that they don't absorb
    errant odors. Folks who buy loose/bulk spices/herbs are penny wise/dollar
    fool.




  5. #5
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

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    Sheldon trumpeted his ignorance to the world:

    >> I like to try different mustard seeds from different origins. I get
    >> seeds from Frontier spices, a Mennonite bulk market, a middle eastern
    >> grocery and an Indian market. Why would any creative individual want
    >> to limit themselves to the mainstream?

    >
    > Regardless of origin botanically they're the same mustard seeds. The only
    > differences are how old, how stored, and price... creativity doesn't enter
    > into your equation.


    The fact that different varieties of mustard seed are the same species
    doesn't mean that they are the same culinarily. Do you think that broccoli
    and cabbage are culinarily no different from each other too? Pull your head
    out of your colon, you anile asshole!

    Bob




  6. #6
    brooklyn1 Guest

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    "Boob Twilly" <virtualgoth@die_spammer.biz> wrote>
    >>> I like to try different mustard seeds from different origins. I get
    >>> seeds from Frontier spices, a Mennonite bulk market, a middle eastern
    >>> grocery and an Indian market. Why would any creative individual want
    >>> to limit themselves to the mainstream?

    >>
    >> Regardless of origin botanically they're the same mustard seeds. The
    >> only
    >> differences are how old, how stored, and price... creativity doesn't
    >> enter
    >> into your equation.

    >
    > The fact that different varieties of mustard seed are the same species
    > doesn't mean that they are the same culinarily. Do you think that broccoli
    > and cabbage are culinarily no different from each other too? Pull your
    > head out of your colon, you anile asshole!
    >
    > Boob Twilly



    And there's the entire account of all you know... a friggin mustard seed has
    a higher IQ than you. ..**** for brains.



  7. #7
    Bob Terwilliger Guest

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    Sheldon got all excited, and masturbated when he wrote:

    >>>> I like to try different mustard seeds from different origins. I get
    >>>> seeds from Frontier spices, a Mennonite bulk market, a middle eastern
    >>>> grocery and an Indian market. Why would any creative individual want
    >>>> to limit themselves to the mainstream?
    >>>
    >>> Regardless of origin botanically they're the same mustard seeds. The
    >>> only differences are how old, how stored, and price... creativity
    >>> doesn't enter into your equation.

    >>
    >> The fact that different varieties of mustard seed are the same species
    >> doesn't mean that they are the same culinarily. Do you think that
    >> broccoli and cabbage are culinarily no different from each other too?
    >> Pull your head out of your colon, you anile asshole!
    >>

    > And there's the entire account of all you know... a friggin mustard seed
    > has a higher IQ than you. ..**** for brains.


    I see you have failed to address the point that different varieties of
    mustard seeds taste differently. Kind of makes your entire participation in
    this thread pointless and laughable. Kind of like the rest of your life, you
    wasted wad.

    Bob




  8. #8
    Lynn from Fargo Ografmorffig Guest

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    On Mar 10, 10:20*am, "brooklyn1" <gravesen...@verizon.net> wrote:
    > "Boob Twilly" <virtualgoth@die_spammer.biz> wrote>
    >
    >
    >
    > >>> I like to try different mustard seeds from different origins. *I get
    > >>> seeds from Frontier spices, a Mennonite bulk market, a middle eastern
    > >>> grocery and an Indian market. *Why would any creative individual want
    > >>> to limit themselves to the mainstream?

    >
    > >> Regardless of origin botanically they're the same mustard seeds. *The
    > >> only
    > >> differences are how old, how stored, and price... creativity doesn't
    > >> enter
    > >> into your equation.

    >
    > > The fact that different varieties of mustard seed are the same species
    > > doesn't mean that they are the same culinarily. Do you think that broccoli
    > > and cabbage are culinarily no different from each other too? Pull your
    > > head out of your colon, you anile asshole!

    >
    > > Boob Twilly

    >
    > And there's the entire account of all you know... a friggin mustard seed has
    > a higher IQ than you. ..**** for brains.


    =========================================
    No, no. That's FAITH the mustard seed has, not intelligence.
    Lynn in Fargo ;-)

  9. #9
    brooklyn1 Guest

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    "Lynn from Fargo Ografmorffig" wrote:
    > "brooklyn1" wrote:
    > "Boob Twilly" wrote>
    >
    >
    > >>> I like to try different mustard seeds from different origins. I get
    > >>> seeds from Frontier spices, a Mennonite bulk market, a middle eastern
    > >>> grocery and an Indian market. Why would any creative individual want
    > >>> to limit themselves to the mainstream?

    >
    > >> Regardless of origin botanically they're the same mustard seeds. The
    > >> only
    > >> differences are how old, how stored, and price... creativity doesn't
    > >> enter
    > >> into your equation.

    >
    > > The fact that different varieties of mustard seed are the same species
    > > doesn't mean that they are the same culinarily. Do you think that
    > > broccoli
    > > and cabbage are culinarily no different from each other too? Pull your
    > > head out of your colon, you anile asshole!

    >
    > > Boob Twilly

    >
    > And there's the entire account of all you know... a friggin mustard seed
    > has
    > a higher IQ than you. ..**** for brains.


    =========================================
    No, no. That's FAITH the mustard seed has, not intelligence.
    Lynn in Fargo ;-)

    Mea culpa... 'scuse me for instilling the Twilly with an IQ... the squat
    gargoyle with a face like a hairy babboon's butt needs all the Faith he can
    get... he can also use make over body work from Earl Schieb...
    http://www.earlscheib.com/index.php ... Twilly has an aura about him of a
    mini that wants to be an SUV! LOL



  10. #10
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

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    On Tue 10 Mar 2009 10:02:08a, Bob Terwilliger told us...

    > Sheldon got all excited, and masturbated when he wrote:
    >
    >>>>> I like to try different mustard seeds from different origins. I get
    >>>>> seeds from Frontier spices, a Mennonite bulk market, a middle
    >>>>> eastern grocery and an Indian market. Why would any creative
    >>>>> individual want to limit themselves to the mainstream?
    >>>>
    >>>> Regardless of origin botanically they're the same mustard seeds. The
    >>>> only differences are how old, how stored, and price... creativity
    >>>> doesn't enter into your equation.
    >>>
    >>> The fact that different varieties of mustard seed are the same species
    >>> doesn't mean that they are the same culinarily. Do you think that
    >>> broccoli and cabbage are culinarily no different from each other too?
    >>> Pull your head out of your colon, you anile asshole!
    >>>

    >> And there's the entire account of all you know... a friggin mustard
    >> seed has a higher IQ than you. ..**** for brains.

    >
    > I see you have failed to address the point that different varieties of
    > mustard seeds taste differently. Kind of makes your entire participation
    > in this thread pointless and laughable. Kind of like the rest of your
    > life, you wasted wad.
    >
    > Bob


    He is truly one of most pathetic excuses for a human being, or any
    intelligent life form for that matter, that I have ever experienced.

    --
    Wayne Boatwright

    "One man's meat is another man's poison"
    - Oswald Dykes, English writer, 1709.

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    Bob Terwilliger Guest

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    PussyKatz got all excited and tried to masturbate but couldn't get it up:

    > Mea culpa... 'scuse me for instilling the Twilly with an IQ... the squat
    > gargoyle with a face like a hairy babboon's butt needs all the Faith he
    > can get... he can also use make over body work from Earl Schieb...
    > http://www.earlscheib.com/index.php ... Twilly has an aura about him of a
    > mini that wants to be an SUV! LOL


    1. My IQ is at least eighty points higher than yours. You prove that with
    every "..." you post, you illiterate pretentious doddard with delusions of
    former and current adequacy. If you want to use the word "baboon" in a
    flame, maybe you ought to learn how to spell it. Hell, or keep on using the
    "Sheldon" spelling -- it just shows how SPECIAL you are.

    2. "Squat"? LOL You keep spouting that fiction, and it's only making you
    look more and more stupid. Maybe you WISH I were not tall, so that you could
    look down at me from your "lofty" height of five feet five inches. But the
    truth is that I tower over you, not only physically but intellectually as
    well. To me, you are merely an impotent stunted frenetic imbecile.

    3. I truly hope to meet you someday, to laugh as you backtrack frantically
    and whimper. In the South, the term "fyce" refers to a dog that yaps and
    acts all aggressive when it's with its master, but cowers and grovels all
    the other times. That's like your behavior when you're on Usenet as compared
    to real life, isn't it? You're a gutless pathetic posturing coward.

    4. Just how many people WILL end up pissing on your grave? What with your
    mother's eager and promiscuous collaboration with the Nazis, and your own
    offenses against nature and society, you must be hoping to be buried in
    secret! Or maybe cremated, like your people used to do in Tophet with
    subhumans like you. There must be thousands lining up to festoon your
    remains with excretions of one form or another!

    Bob




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