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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwight55 View Post
    WHOA, . . . Hawg, . . .

    I never saw or heard of powdered horseradish, . . . used to have a patch of it as a kid in the garden under the plum tree, . . . my folks didn't use it.

    Got to liking it as an adult, . . . but I'm the only one at my house.

    NOW, . . . with the powdered stuff, . . . I can sit the shaker on the kitchen table with the salt and pepper, . . . when I need it, . . . woo-hoo, it is there.

    I just ordered some off Ebay, . . . gonna make sure we have some burgers and cole slaw when it gets here, . . .

    Thanks for the idea.

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    You found it for sale powdered.... no kidding. I've never seen it. but then I guess I wasn't looking at the time either.
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    Picked one up today this thing was making my eyes water love that smell. Chopped and in the dehydrator. Did you use the Vegetable temp?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    Picked one up today this thing was making my eyes water love that smell. Chopped and in the dehydrator. Did you use the Vegetable temp?

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    Make sure its small enough to grind it gets pretty hard after dehydrated.

    I went about 135 degrees it dried over night but mine was chopped a lot smaller I think by the looks of the picture your showing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    Make sure its small enough to grind it gets pretty hard after dehydrated.

    I went about 135 degrees it dried over night but mine was chopped a lot smaller I think by the looks of the picture your showing.
    They look huge in the pic but they are tip of my pinky size for the most part

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    Quote Originally Posted by RubberDuck View Post
    They look huge in the pic but they are tip of my pinky size for the most part

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    Should be good to go then.
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    I have used this kind of horseradish, and I loved it. For a creamy style, it packed some heat. The fresh stuff must be great, and you are doing some good thinking with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hawgrider View Post
    You found it for sale powdered.... no kidding. I've never seen it. but then I guess I wasn't looking at the time either.
    1/2 pound for just over $8.00 with free shipping.

    Supposed to be here Saturday, . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dwight55 View Post
    1/2 pound for just over $8.00 with free shipping.

    Supposed to be here Saturday, . . .

    May God bless,
    Dwight
    Nice! 1/2 lb will last ya a little while.
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