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English Mustard

English Mustard

Mustard was introduced in England in the 12th century. In early times seeds were coarsely grounded at the table using a mortar and it was eaten in a very rough state. In those early days, it was used primarily to disguise the flavor of rotten meat and it was not before 1720 that English style mustard, resembling what we know today, really came into being. And the distinct ‘English mustard’ is said to have been born thanks to a Durham City woman by the name of Mrs. Clements.

However, do you look for the origins of mustard in general, you should probably investigate the Romans ancestors, the Greeks, who
used mustard as both medicine and a spice. However, the Romans eventually outdid the Greeks using it as both food and medicine, stating it back then to be a cure for anything from hysteria to snake bites to bubonic plague. The Romans brought mustard to Northern France where it was eventually cultivated by Monks. 

English mustard with Limitech FiNO

The FiNO®-system is specially made for producing cold fine food products due to its high capacity and power. The system effectively emulsifies and blend dry and wet ingredients. The plant is controlled by PLC with a recipe control system, which makes the system very effective and time saving. All valves are automatically controlled.

The FiNO®-system, shown in the video, is perfect for mayonnaise, sauces, dressings, etc. and it can easily be adapted to your process. Should you require a hot process it is possible to add that to the system.

If you invest in a complete FiNO®-system, you buy a guarantee for high efficiency and product quality. With the FiNO®-concept you secure the future of your production. Empower your process with FiNO® à Empower your process with Limitech A/S.

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