How To Preserve Wild Horseradish Root

This super quick horseradish recipe shows you how to preserve wild horseradish root.

Be prepared to don a pair of old motorcycle goggles as the aromatic oils that get released when preparing will have you blubbing like a baby for yonks. And you thought onions where bad!

Note: It is illegal to dig up roots without landowner’s consent.

Preserve Wild Horseradish Root Ingredients

  • 130g fresh wild horseradish root
  • 150ml organic cider vinegar

Preserve Wild Horseradish Root Instructions

  1. Grate your horseradish root in a food processor. Grate manually at your own risk!
  2. Immediately spoon into a jar, then pour over the cider vinegar and store in a refrigerator.

Makes: 130g and should keep for about a year.

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