Horseradish Overnight

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Michael in FtW

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If in doubt - bring them to 180-F for 3 minutes ...... but I have to go with SizzlininIN .... what can survive in fresh horseradish? :)
 

tancowgirl2000

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Would it depend on what was mixed in it? I really dont think there would be any harm done. I know with our horseradish we made this year there aint no way ANYTHING would survive!!!!
 

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I think it is probably fine.

But to us the question is "Do you feel comfortable eating it?"

If the answer is no, then we toss it.
 

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DS do not know why they would not be, horseraddish is strong stuff. We human units like it but no self respecting bacteria would. I leave stuff out of the fridge all the time and over night it is always ok.

You are the second person who I have heart uses those two ingredients together. However, my tante (aunt) makes cherry jello with jullienne beets, celery, and sour apples and serves a sour cream horseraddish sauce with it. It is the best.
 

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