Infographics: how to make yellow mustard at home

Posted on 30 August 2012

We’ve been posting infographics on our Facebook page, but for those of you who do not use Facebook, we’re glad to introduce you to the first infographic that we share on this blog. We try to ‘make sense of things’ and share our experiences by using clear, succinct images. We hope you find them useful!


8 responses to Infographics: how to make yellow mustard at home

  • John says:

    Okay, I’m getting older. I probably need to get my glasses prescription updated. Tell me that “409 yellow mustard seeds” is actually “40g . . .”

    🙂

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    Making Sense of Things Reply:

    He he you are right, it’s 40g, not 409 seeds… thanks for flagging this up! 🙂

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    Making Sense of Things Reply:

    Sorry about that! The ‘g’ in that font does look like a ‘9’ but we didn’t realise until afterwards 🙂

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  • Jada says:

    Hey! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be ok. I’m undoubtedly enjoying your blog
    and look forward to new updates.

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    Making Sense of Things Reply:

    Hey Jada.. I’m sorry we don’t use twitter… but you can follow us on facebook and instagram 🙂

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    Making Sense of Things Reply:

    Thank you! Enjoy 🙂

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