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I grew horseradish this year, it's still in the ground but the ground isn't completely frozen yet. I do NEED to do something with it sooner than later.
My recipe books say to just grate it up, how much do I save to replant in the spring? How do I store the parts that I'm saving?

Any tips on how to make the horseradish sauce?
 

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You can make some AWESOME medicine called Fire Cider with Horseradish and Apple Cider Vinegar. Recipes abound online! Congratulations! I love Horseradish and I haven't been able to find it locally.
 

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I finally got the horseradish out of the garden today

It was quickly buried under several feet of snow which melted this past weekend, I was positive the ground wasn't frozen underneath though. And it wasn't. There were still worms right at the surface of the soil.

Before I lost my ambition, I grated it all up.
I started with the smaller bits which weren't too bad.
But the large roots? I don't know how to describe it! I'm not one to even think twice about onions...but this was in a league all of its own!

But it's done now, and hopefully I'll forget about this experience by this time next year when I can do it all over again lol!

The sauce is very yummy...has a real bite though! My FIL has something coming to him, he was convinced that you can't make it hotter than it is in the stores.
 

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Originally Posted by Little grey mare View Post
The sauce is very yummy...has a real bite though! My FIL has something coming to him, he was convinced that you can't make it hotter than it is in the stores.
that's funny
 
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