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Unread 05-15-2011, 08:58 AM   #16
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It grow like a weed here.
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Unread 05-15-2011, 09:43 AM   #17
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We do pick it out of the ditches around here....If you havent made it yourself, you are missing out.
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Homemade is really the way to go, lots of times you can pick it up at farmer's market's.

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When you find it fresh to buy; get two. Use one for horseradish, soak the other in water overnight then plant it.
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Totally agree with the grow your own. Buy one to grate and one to plant. It is a stinking weed. Don't plant it anywhere near something you like.

Peel the root with an apple peeler and grate. you will be crying but it will be a good thing. Then add some vinegar and you are good to go.
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Buy fresh stuff from our local farmers market. Lucky enough to live in Amsih farm country. Local farms make up some killer horseradish! But I may have tio try my hand at my own as well.
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Can usually find roots in stores around central NJ,never had much luck getting it to grow to any size worthwhile.No actual recipe but I normally add vinegar and water (about 50/50)some salt and a little sugar to balance the salt. I used to grate it in a processor but that almost kills you when the top comes off. For Easter I peeled the roots and chopped into about 1/2 inch cubes and just used a strong blender with enough liquid to blend. Worked out well.
I had to learn to make this when young,since in Polish, my last name means horseradish!
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Beaver lover here...
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Hmm, might have to try the homemade....been using LOTS of horseradish recently with my pork shoulders. I mix it into some yellow mustard to coat the meat, and the put horse radish on my pulled pork sandwich. ***sigh*** off I go to my tuna sandwich for lunch...
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For storebought I like this one.
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