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    Horse radish

    Sunday my son and I dug my horse radish bed. We were able to wash, peal and grind 12 half pints. It wasn't bad until we mixed in the vinegar and salt. That's when the tears started.
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    Love fresh ground horseradish! The hotter the better!
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    Tried to grow that stuff for years and all I ever got were little roots not good enough to peel and grind.
    When I did grind some the eat did not last. Love the stuff.
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    Terry, can you share your recipe. I've had a patch for several years but have never put any up. I need to tear the patch up because that's where the new shop will go and I hate to waste it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Terry, can you share your recipe. I've had a patch for several years but have never put any up. I need to tear the patch up because that's where the new shop will go and I hate to waste it.
    2 to 3 tablespoons white vinegar and 1/2 teaspoon salt per cup of ground horse radish.
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    I was just going to ask for the recipe as well. I have 2 very large plants that keep coming back year after year.
    I really enjoy horseradish.
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    Thanks Terry. Does that let you store at room temp without processing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Calver View Post
    Thanks Terry. Does that let you store at room temp without processing?

    It has to be refrigerated. You can also freeze it. I left 1 of the half pints in the frig and froze the rest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Quiram View Post
    It has to be refrigerated. You can also freeze it. I left 1 of the half pints in the frig and froze the rest.
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    Oh man, that brings back tears to my eyes. Used to help a friend make sauce each summer, love it when it's fresh. Used to eat some when I had a head cold, cleared up the sinuses really quick.
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