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Unread 05-14-2011, 08:41 PM   #1
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Default Horseradish?

What is everyone's favorite?

From what I have tasted, Beaver and Inglehoffer are good, not grate (pun).

Same company I think.
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Unread 05-14-2011, 08:47 PM   #2
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Silver Springs (a Wisconsin company) is our usual brand. There used to be a meat locker in Kimball MN that had some killer horse radish. Haven't been there in years though, may not be there anymore.
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Silver Springs (a Wisconsin company) is our usual brand. There used to be a meat locker in Kimball MN that had some killer horse radish. Haven't been there in years though, may not be there anymore.
I just bought this thinking it was more "pure", and it sucked! IMO it tasted like sulfur.

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I am obviously pic challenged. How do I post pics?

I tried via picasa to no avail.
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I use Zatarain's , good stuff . Not to much of a horseradish selection in my area , so it is the go to brand .
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Zayda's White Hot; if it aint homemade.

Homemade is real easy if you can find the horseradish whole BTW.
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I am obviously pic challenged. How do I post pics?

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This may help:
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Homemade.
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This stuff rocks! And it will for sure clear out your sinus cavity.
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If you haven't tried fresh, its a must.
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I am biased I have alot of horseradish that I process myself. If you get the chance look for fresh at one of your better grocery stores that has good produce. I know HY-Vee has had it before. I made ribeyes bout month ago and had garlic mashed potatos with them. I grated a little fresh horseradish in them salt and pepper and just a little sour cream. You talk about good.
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I'm convinced. We planted Rhubarb last year and it's almost ready to start harvesting now. Put Asparagus plants in this year. May as well start some Horseradish too. I have heard horror story's about grinding your own though. Can it be any worse than cutting up hot peppers?
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Homemade.
Yep, get some root (homegrown) and grind your own with vinegar and splices and you'll never look back!,
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My herb garden just dig and grate
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Did the homemade once, it was awesome! Tough to grow here in Florida, wish I could get some fresh root every once and while.
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