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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-05-2012, 01:28 AM Thread Starter
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Horse Radish Roots

I had a large horse radish that was dug up about two years ago. I have been digging the small rootlets that break off for two years and giving them away. I now have about 15 of them in pot. They are free to anyone that comes and gets them. They are all growing now. I live in Susquehanna County.
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Dang, if you weren't so far away I'd be all over this.

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I am getting a lot of response. I also posted on Craigs List. I do know once planted it is hard to get rid of it.
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post #4 of 22 (permalink) Old 10-17-2012, 11:53 PM
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We plant in an old tire. They are almost impossible to clear out.

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I plant mine in 5 gallon buckets.......keeps it nice and contained...

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I planted a piece in my back yard the year I moved in. every year i dig up some of the chunks and spread it out on the hill side. stuff grows like a weed. I just wish i could afford more shrimp now cus all i use it for is fresh cocktail sauce

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I planted a piece in my back yard the year I moved in. every year i dig up some of the chunks and spread it out on the hill side. stuff grows like a weed. I just wish i could afford more shrimp now cus all i use it for is fresh cocktail sauce
Man, you're missing out. Saute up some mushroom and add some sour cream and a little mayo and heat it up. Then add some fresh horseradish and a little brown mustard and you'll have an awesome sauce for meatloaf!

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I've been thinking about making some mild cheese with horseradish in it. Love the stuff from the store.

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it gives me severe heartburn...
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post #10 of 22 (permalink) Old 02-02-2013, 03:54 PM
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no hearburn for me.. we go thru a jar a week, easily. hotter the better. bear, i wrote your recipe down, gonna do that next time we make a meatloaf.
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