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Horseradish

Horseradish

The (Aromotacia Austicana) Horseradish, aka Sting-Nose, is a member of the mustard family and is cultivated for its thick, fleshy white root. Horseradish has the power to "sting your nose". The aroma and bite is unnoticeable until it is grated or ground. When the root is grated and crushed, volatile oils (sothiocyanates) are released and with this bring the sting and heat that horseradish is known for. Easy to grow in home gardens. Great for sauces and toppings.
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The Czechoslovokian Horseradish Root is a productive west coast variety that will thrive anywhere, especially the midwest! This very attractive variety has a nice, creamy-white interior with an edible leafy top reaching at least two feet tall. The Czechoslovokian's tangy bite makes it a must for any spicy lovers!

Horseradish is a powerful root that is lip curling with a sting! Horseradish's heat and biting flavor make it a quite popular ingredient in many dishes and amongst gardeners. The leaves on horseradish are also edible!