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Growing Horseradish

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11 Aug 17 Narelle (Australia - temperate climate)
In most big supermarkets all around northern Europe and Scandinavia you can find all forms. A container of grated horseradish, from the fresh food section, is fine and doesn't last long enough for me to know its 'use by' date. It's good with lots of unexpected foods and it's particularly good with potato soup (makes it far more interesting) as well as beef, which was created to go with horseradish.

In most big supermarkets all around northern Europe and Scandinavia you can find all forms. A container of grated horseradish, from the fresh food section, is fine and doesn't last long enough for me to know its 'use by' date. It's good with lots of unexpected foods and it's particularly good with potato soup (makes it far more interesting) as well as beef, which was created to go with horseradish.

- Narelle

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