Little-Known Uses for
- Prevent hens from eating their own eggs. Paint a little French’s Mustard on the eggshell.
- Deodorize a bottle. Mix two teaspoons French’s Mustard with one quart water. Rinse well.
- Get kids to eat their food. Let children use a squeeze bottle of French’s Mustard to make funny faces on hamburgers, hot dogs, and sandwichesto make meal time fun time and encourage children to eat their artistic creations.
- Relieve the symptoms of arthritis. Rub French’s Mustard into your hands.
- Soothe tired feet. Fill a pan with warm water and mix in three tablespoons French’s Mustard.
- Spice up pretzels. Squeeze French’s Mustard onto a large, soft pretzel, or dip pretzels in French’s Mustard for a tangy treat.
- Relieve the symptoms of a cold. Rub French’s Mustard on your chest.
- Soothe sore muscles. Apply a poultice of French’s Mustard.
- Take a mustard bath. Spoon six tablespoons French’s Mustard and a handful of Epsom Salt into the bathtub as it fills.
- Make mustard-vinaigrette salad dressing. Whisk together one-quarter cup red wine vinegar and three tablespoons French’s Mustard. Gradually whisk in two-thirds cup olive oil. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Makes one cup.
- Soothe a sore throat. Mix two tablespoons French’s Mustard, juice of half a lemon, one tablespoon salt, one tablespoon honey, and one and a half cups boiling water. Cover and let cool for fifteen minutes, then gargle.
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