Good Question: Where Can I Find Imitation Mustard for Passover?

Here's a time-sensitive request, but we don't have a good answer. Any tips from you readers?

We have a recipe we want to use for Passover, but it calls for mustard. Mustard is not kosher for Passover. Is there a "fake" mustard, or a receipe for "fake" mustard? We have seen a reference to a Passover imitation Dijon, but have not to been able to track down any other information.

We read your answer for the mustard allergy question, but horseradish, would not be a good substitute. Have you ever heard of a synthentic mustard oil and if so do you know who the supplier might be?

We also found some references to imitation mustard, but couldn't find a supplier. There is a recipe, however, in this cookbook:

Simply Scrumptious Vegetarian Recipes

Also, Susie Fishbein, the well-known kosher cook featured in the New York Times Dining section this week, also refers to imitation mustard in some of her recipes, so you might want to get your hands on a copy of one of her books.

Any other ideas?

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