Can I substitute fresh horseradish for jarred?

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braisinfoodie June 6, 2011
Going off of what jwolfsthal said...

When I substitute fresh for jarred, I soak it in vinegar for about 30 minutes, drain and then add a dash of vinegar to the recipe I'm using it in
 
boulangere June 6, 2011
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jwolfsthal June 6, 2011
you can but fresh horseradish is VERY sharp, so you will want to use less. Jarred Horseradish is usually pickled in vinegar, so also has a bit more tartness and sweetness, so you may want to add some vinegar to balance.
 
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