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grey rabbit
Sunday, June 26, 2011, 11:11pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Horseradish features prominently in my list of genoharmonic foods. I like horseradish, but it is impossible to find prepared horseradish without a long list of avoids. Right now it is easy enough for me to buy the fresh root and shred as needed. This fall I will be going back to school and I know that I will not have time to wash, peal, and grate fresh horseradish. I need some ideas on how to prepare and preserve it myself so it is ready to use.


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try fermenting, together with other diamond veggies.....jar and use forever as relish


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Grey Rabbit,

Horseradish is beneficial for me too.  Hey, I admire everyone who prepares food from scratch and I really do try to do this - when possible.

If, for some reason, you find yourself at the grocery store needing horseradish there is a brand called Golds - horseradish, Passover vinegar (not sure what kind that is) and salt.  That is it.

I need not be reminded how vinegar is an avoid.  But, there are times when we have to make food choices.

There'll be plenty of good advice on how to make it totally compliant and I'm going to read it along with everyone else.  

Striving for compliancy but not there yet...............


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you can grate it and freeze it too


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Quoted from Lola
try fermenting, together with other diamond veggies.....jar and use forever as relish


this sounds like a good idea, carrots!

Joy, I am very limited in my shopping choices, I live in what we affectionately call the "black hole", eg the nearest real "shopping mall" is 275 miles from here, lol.


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I see you already have a few good suggestions.


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you can grate it and freeze it too

Grate it in open air, though...  It is hard on the eyes if grated in large quantity indoors...


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fermented horseradish I found this recipe and I'm going to try it.


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I saw that recipe as well...  Please let us know how it goes.

Are you going to start it with Polyflora?  


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Why didn't I think of that.  Culturing it.  Duh.  I don't buy it because I never use enough of it.  But I like it too.  


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Are you going to start it with Polyflora?  


I don't have any polyflora so I'm going to start with some whey, from yogurt (superfood). I will start it tonight

I just mixed it up. I measured 1 cup, but the horseradish I found was the "Melissa" brand and was a bit dry. So instead of one cup I ended up with two. It is resting next to the sourdough (got a whole fermentation thing going here lol).


“Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.”

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Quoted from grey rabbit
fermented horseradish I found this recipe and I'm going to try it.


Do you think it would work without using whey or a purchased starter? Whey is an avoid for me, and I've successfully cultured other veggies with just salt.

Hmm. Maybe I could use some beet kvass as a starter...

The next time I get horseradish, I'll try this. In the past, I've juse added salt and lemon or vinegar to preserve.


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the horseradish turned out very well, almost a little sweet yet still spicy  


“Tomorrow is the most important thing in life. Comes into us at midnight very clean. It’s perfect when it arrives and it puts itself in our hands. It hopes we’ve learned something from yesterday.”

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