My wife and I discovered your book and diet less than four weeks ago, and it has already proven itself highly beneficial in many ways. The only problem I've discovered is that of mustard! I am a type A, and the only highly beneficial condiment available is mustard. That's no trouble, since I love mustard anyway. My difficulty comes when I read the ingredients of condiment type mustards... As far as I have been able to tell so far, they all contain vinegar! ANSWER
You can purchase dried mustard (Coleman's English Mustard is one) and mix the mustard powder with water or water and lemon. By the way, mustard powder is an excellent article to keep in the house. A tablespoon added to a bowl of hot water makes a very valuable foot bath for head colds and flu, whereas the time honored "mustard plaster" made by adding mixed mustard powder to the chest for bronchial or respiratory problems still does yeoman's work in my practice. With external applications of mustard, either as a plaster or as a footbath, remember to TAKE IT OFF as soon as you feel a sort of PINS AND NEEDLES sensation. You can burn the skin otherwise!
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