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I get Golds (horseradish, vinegar, salt). Annie's horseradish mustard is also good.
 
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I remember ,as a wee lad, Dad made 12 ) half pint jars of horseradish in the kitchen once,
Just once.





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Do they sell the Horseradish root at your food store? We make our own...it's hard to be in the same room with the stuff sometime. Very Powerful.


I used to grow it in the yard of my old house and grind it in a blender...OUTSIDE....on a windy day. It's powerful stuff.
 
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https://www.kelchnershorseradish.com/

I ordered online because I love some of their other sauces as well.


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https://www.kelchnershorseradish.com/

I ordered online because I love some of their other sauces as well.


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I'm obviously missing out on something. I eat horseradish with prime rib. That's it.

What else are you guys using it for?


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I'm obviously missing out on something. I eat horseradish with prime rib. That's it.

What else are you guys using it for?


Ham sammiches, left-over steak sammiches, with kielbasa as well as other sausages. Pretty much any red meat.





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I'm obviously missing out on something. I eat horseradish with prime rib. That's it.

What else are you guys using it for?


Shrimp!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Do they sell the Horseradish root at your food store? We make our own...it's hard to be in the same room with the stuff sometime. Very Powerful.


I used to grow it in the yard of my old house and grind it in a blender...OUTSIDE....on a windy day. It's powerful stuff.


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I'm obviously missing out on something. I eat horseradish with prime rib. That's it.

What else are you guys using it for?


Coming from a Ukrainian background, we usually eat it on fresh Kielbasi (We say Kabasi) during Christmas and Easter.

It's also good on ham.
 
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I'm obviously missing out on something. I eat horseradish with prime rib. That's it.

What else are you guys using it for?


Like others say, red meat such as rib eye and other meats and in a bloody mary.

Also on hot dogs and, best of all, in deviled eggs.
 
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I'm obviously missing out on something. I eat horseradish with prime rib. That's it.

What else are you guys using it for?


I like to mix some up with dill and sour cream as a dipping sauce for rib eyes.
Also, I make home made cocktail sauce whenever we have shrimp.
 
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What else are you guys using it for?
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Chicken fries/nuggets/tenders
Roast beef
Steak
Sausage

I have not tried it with ham. I have put jalapeno peppers on it though. I'll have to give it a try.
 
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recently picked up a "ruben sandwich" from a local Arby"s drive thru that came with a couple packs of "horseradish sauce" which tasted pretty good. A little bit different but tastey. .................... drill sgt.
 
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You guys who mentioned using a blender to make your own. Is that a dedicated blender for this?

I can't imagine using the same blender for something else after that.

I mean, who wants to make a blended root beer float in the same blender? Dang!
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I use the same blender for dog food. He seems to like the extra flavor! Also when guests arrive I don't like I mix the Daquiris in it.
 
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Try it on a hot dog sometime.


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