You may want to consider putting some cranberry horseradish on your table this Thanksgiving! (The recipe can be found in Cranberries: Delicious, Mouth-Watering Delicious Recipes for Every Day.)
Horseradish is one of five bitter herbs, coriander, horehound, lettuce and nettle and is in the same family as cabbage, brussels sprouts, and broccoli. Historically horseradish was eaten during the Feast of Passover and today it is still commonly used in the Passover Seder.
Horseradish is a flavorful condiment that pairs well with meats and fish. But it also has a high sulphur content and can be used as a natural antibiotic for conditions such as sinus infections, bladder infections, and indigestion.
Over the holiday season cranberry horseradish can be used as a colorful addition to the table that will add flavor and zing. To learn about how foods that horseradish can be paired with, click here.