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MD, Deep Creek Lake
"1950 Something" Farmall Cub
1977 International Cub w/FH
1978 International Cub
1948 Farmall Super A
1951 Farmall Super C w/FH
sonny, that is some hot horse radish!!!! i just cleaned a small root and simply ate it. my sinuses are clear now and i dont have a hang over anymore. thanks very much!
don that is a good link i rarely go that that part of the forum, but i will go more often now.
John!! NOW, Do you believe me when I said earlier that this kind would make your ears pop,--eyes run,----and p--your pants all at the same time???? I like the flavor of it, dab will do ya!
We don't put any water in when we grind it, just vinegar, a little sugar, and a pinch of salt. That is for small food processor, as we don't have large one! when its done grinding we put it in small jars and store them in the fridg., keeps all winter, or until used! I always thought the water diluted the "hots" of it and I like it straight up on fried tatoes with homemade tomato paste, which ours is better than ketchup the way we make it!
It's a very hardy plant here so should produce well for you in that area too! We are in plant zone 5 and I think you are too!
PS have you stopped hoppin' around yet? ---Flames gone down a little?? thanks; sonny
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