Dried horseradish root is included in our wide variety of herbs and spices. It is a pungent member of the mustard family, preserved in this dried form, awaiting use in a condiment or a seasoning for herbal vinegars, honeys, and sauces. I’ve tried it in a cranberry/sour cream relish- it’s zippy! next will be horseradish honey, which sounds wonderful! Horseradish, a strong source of mustard oil, can also be tinctured or encapsulated. Dried horseradish is typically rehydrated when used in a culinary setting, and this mixture is generally twice as strong as using fresh material. This herb adds a wonderful variety to available local flavors!