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Handlmaier German Mustard

$8.95

Händlmaier’s Sweet Homemade Mustard has been made in Regenburg, Germany since 1914. Johanna Händlmaier created this mustard in the Handlemaier butcher shop to complement Weißwurst and Leberkäse.

This classic Sweet Bavarian Mustard is also known as Weißwurstsenf or white sausage mustard. It is traditionally served with with Weißwürste and Brezn, the traditional Bavarian pretzel. Enjoy a quintessential taste of Bavaria with traditional German fare as well as hot dogs, burgers and sandwiches.

Volume Conversion

Approximate Bottle Volume for Balsamic, Olive Oil and Vinegar

30ml -> 1/8 Cup
60ml -> 1/4 Cup
100ml -> 3/8 Cup
250ml -> 1 Cup
375ml -> 1 1/2 Cups
500ml -> 2 Cups (Actual yield is slightly higher)
750ml -> 3 Cups (Actual yield is slightly higher)

Volume Conversion

Approximate Bottle Volume for Balsamic, Olive Oil and Vinegar

30ml -> 1/8 Cup
60ml -> 1/4 Cup
100ml -> 3/8 Cup
250ml -> 1 Cup
375ml -> 1 1/2 Cups
500ml -> 2 Cups (Actual yield is slightly higher)
750ml -> 3 Cups (Actual yield is slightly higher)

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