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Question about fresh horseradish

sandlapper

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I am new to horseradish in my garden! And I have been negligent in learning about what to do with it! Will fresh horseradish freeze well and has anyone made a batch of sauce of anykind using fresh HR and frozen that? If so what results or advice about trying it!
 

handymanstan

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I love horseradish.  Go to Preserving your harvest com   There are many ways to store and if you keep in sand you can keep it fresh all winter.

Stan
 

daveomak

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I am new to horseradish in my garden! And I have been negligent in learning about what to do with it! Will fresh horseradish freeze well and has anyone made a batch of sauce of anykind using fresh HR and frozen that? If so what results or advice about trying it!
SL, morning...... If you pull, wash etc. the roots, I have vacpacked and froze it..... It gets HOTTER when it has been frozen is what I have found..... It also gets softer... not a problem.....

Below are some threads for you to peruse.... Dave

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/...arning-about-the-lingering-hr-taste-in-the-fp

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/t/130064/horseradish-cleaning-and-grinding-update-july-2013

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/newsearch?search=horseradish&=Search
 

sandlapper

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Thanks so much for the information. I harvested about 3 cups and have washed and cleaned and peeled it. I ground it in a Cuisinart and added salt and vinegar, and indeed it made a potent mix! At your suggestion I am going to vacuum pack half of it and use the other half for a sauce for the tenderloin I smoke at Christmas.
 

dogboa

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It is one of the main ingredients in worcestershire sauce. Once you try homemade, the bottled stuff just won't cut it. It can be canned and kept in the pantry.
 
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