I have a question about the ingredient "Prepared Horseradish" in any recipe, does prepared simply mean grated?
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Pat is a trusted home cook.
I think "prepared" is the horseradish you find in the jar as opposed to fresh horseradish root. The fresh is much stronger!
pierino is a trusted source on General Cooking and Tough Love.
Actually fresh, grated can be wildly inconsistant. Prepared is the stuff in the jar which includes things like vinegar but any two jars will taste the same. "Horseradish sauce" is the mildest of the three.
Lisanne is a trusted home cook.
go for the white, bottled variety; the red has beets added.
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