I was wondering how close it is to some typical mustards in our diet and see quite a dramatic shift in the relationship between Carbs and Fats, otherwise I think as a whole they maych up faily closely. I am still trying to differentiate btween mustards that are say in an Indian diet and the Latin Name being used. I was woundering if is out there right under my nose. But I haven't the wherewithall to determine, using the internet how closley these mustards relate, or much about indiviual mustards???If you open the following 2 links in seperate windows.
you can cycle (mouse click) to do a quick comparison, as they will overlay each other as you click. (easy way to see differnces)Seeds, sisymbrium sp. seeds, whole, driedhttp://www.nutritiondata.com/facts/nut- ... cts/3152/2Spices, mustard seed, yellowhttp://www.nutritiondata.com/facts/spic ... erbs/194/2