horse radish


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Synonyms for horse radish

coarse Eurasian plant cultivated for its thick white pungent root

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We removed excess antibody by washing, and added horse radish peroxidase-streptavidin (Vector Laboratories, Burlingame, CA) to the plates, which were then incubated for another 2 hr at room temperature.
For wounds that are refusing to heal properly, mix some honey with 10 per cent finely-grated horse radish or use the fresh juice or tincture.
Steve's Cosmo is made from cranberry juice concentrate, and Steve's Bloody Mary delivers a nice wallop of horse radish - enough to bring tears of joy to the staunchest connoisseur.
Pour the oil that comes off the fish over salad with a squeeze of lemon juice, then mix salad, beetroot and horse radish together.
We are raisers of sheep and cattle, whilst leaving our culinary accomplices to supply the mint and horse radish embroidery - OK?
Armoracia rusticana can be found naturalised in grassy embankments all over Britain and without it, your roast beef would not be quite the same - yes, that's horse radish.
Do: Try garlic and horse radish, eat Vitamin C-rich foods like berries and peppers, drink green tea, eat oily fish like sardines or take fish oil supplements, use either Echinacea, astragalus, cat's claw or maitake mushrooms.
SOVA (from the Hebrew word, "to satiate") will also distribute holiday-specific foods such as honey, apples, matzah balls and soup mix, gefilte fish, horse radish and borscht to its Jewish clients, who will receive these items in addition to their regular monthly food supply.
They comprise a family of kits with both conventional and high sensitivity strength reagents for Horse Radish Peroxide (HRP)-based assays, and for Alkaline Phosphatase (AP)-based detection assays.