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A plant cultivated since ancient times
Mustard is a plant native to Europe, Siberia, and China, where it used to grow wild. It was cultivated from the 4th and 5th centuries BC by the Greeks and Romans, who introduced it to the French territory. At the time, mustard seeds were already transformed into a paste used as a condiment to enhance the flavor of the food and to preserve the meats.
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