White mustard seeds are the small, round seeds obtained from the white mustard plant (Sinapis alba). These seeds are known for their light yellowish or off-white color. White mustard seeds have a mild flavor compared to their darker counterparts, brown and black mustard seeds. They are commonly used as a spice and condiment in various cuisines around the world. White mustard seeds can be ground into a fine powder to make mustard paste or added whole to pickles, sauces, dressings, and curries. They are also used in traditional herbal medicine and are believed to have several health benefits, including anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. White mustard seeds are versatile and add a subtle tangy and mildly spicy flavor to dishes, making them a popular ingredient in culinary applications.