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Old 02-08-2014, 02:48 PM   #21
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Most wasabi here is actually horseradish tinted green. Makes sense, Kayelle!

Penzey's sells both dry horseradish powder and pure wasabi powder.
I forgot about that Dawg! That sounds perfect to mix as you need, without needing a gas mask to make fresh.

Skipping my way (not hardly) to Penzey's website.......
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Old 02-08-2014, 08:06 PM   #22
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This one knocked my socks off when used in CraigC's marmalade shrimp sauceAttachment 20695. Label says it's good through June.

My dad made his own HR, the fumes nearly killed him! One of his jars lasted me about a year in the fridge. I do hear you, Roll, the processed stuff doesn't seem to last long. I too have a small collection.

Thats what I use Dawg, but I bye the larger size. Makes the best cocktail sauce.
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Old 02-08-2014, 08:21 PM   #23
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Just an idea but I think horseradish is available in the very small squeeze packages, like ketchup or mustard that you get from fast food places. I think you can get them from restaurant supply houses but you might have to buy a case of it. Again I sm not sure. You might stop at sn Arby's restaurant and see if they have those little packages and ask where they get them.
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Old 02-08-2014, 08:25 PM   #24
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I have a nice little collection of Arby's Horsey Sauce residing in my fridge. I think it's packaged mixed with mayo.
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Old 02-09-2014, 12:28 AM   #25
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I buy the fresh horseradish root, and put it there into what I am cooking should it call for it.

I just grate it and measure it into the recipe. I can see the horseradish roots and break off only what I need, sometimes with a knife.

I was yelled at for doing this at the Walmart. Don't try it. Walmart managers will hate you.

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Old 02-09-2014, 04:59 AM   #26
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If you are stuck with having to use the jar type then once opened, use what you need that time and then freeze the rest in an ice-cube tray. Defrost in the microwave then as needed.
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Old 02-09-2014, 12:09 PM   #27
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I buy the fresh horseradish root, and put it there into what I am cooking should it call for it.

I just grate it and measure it into the recipe. I can see the horseradish roots and break off only what I need, sometimes with a knife.

I was yelled at for doing this at the Walmart. Don't try it. Walmart managers will hate you.

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That's because they sell by the unit, not weight...so you were cutting into a unit leaving half a unit in the bin.

I have a small can of Eden Organics Wasabi Powder and mix it up as I need it. I like it for horseradish mashed potatoes, no vinegar taste in the potatoes.
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Old 02-09-2014, 12:53 PM   #28
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Horseradish is used here at home for one thing. Cocktail sauce.

My wife hates it so I use very little. Hence three bottles in fridge.
I will just look for "Beaver Brand" and use only that kind.
I want to try the fresh. So I will keep an eye out.

Thanks everyone!
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Old 02-09-2014, 02:10 PM   #29
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You need to get good quality horseradish. Buy Silver Spring brand. it's very good. Stays fresh for a long time. That's the only brand that stays sharp for a long time after opening.

This one is the best:

http://www.silverspringfoods.com/pro...ish-with-beets
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Old 02-11-2014, 11:57 AM   #30
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You need to get good quality horseradish. Buy Silver Spring brand. it's very good. Stays fresh for a long time. That's the only brand that stays sharp for a long time after opening.

This one is the best:

Horseradish with Beets | Horseradish Products | Silver Spring
Thanks Charlie. Is it good and hot? Along with taste, heat is important to me. I made some cocktail sauce for the super bowl and had to add some cayenne to kick it up.
I will add Silver Spring and Beaver Brand to my list, so i can keep my eyes open for either one. I have never seen "beet" horseradish before. I normally hate beets. At least i did as a kid......LOL

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