Preserving Horseradish

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preserving horseradish

Preserving Horseradish

Dig up a piece of the root, wash, and scrape it under water to prevent eye irritation. To preserve it, place it in a screw top jar filled with vinegar or oil.

   

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7/25/2007 3:07:41 PM
Ray said:

What time of year do you dig? When do you grind or pulverize? Do you add salt? How do you keep the finished products fresh color? I harvest in the fall. Personally, I harvest in the fall, wash, grind, add salt and vinegar and put into a screw top jar and store in the refrigerator


10/22/2007 4:59:06 PM
Janet said:

I thought it needed to be ground before putting it into the vinegar.It won't be an easy or comfortable job.


6/19/2009 9:24:20 PM
dave_prus@spartanstores.com said:

What is the recommended oil and vinegar mixture? What about leaving the root as is and coating with a preservative wax and refrigerating? Freezing? I'm going to have pounds this fall and want to prepare.




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