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James Beard's Horseradish Coleslaw

I have not tried this recipe from The James Beard Cook Book, a book I bought at a yard sale. But a previous owner of the book sure did; the book often opens automatically onto this spattered page.

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  • Shred cabbage, and soak in cold salted water for one hour.
  • To prepare dressing, combine all remaining ingredients together.
  • When ready to prepare salad, drain cabbage well and toss with dressing.
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"I have not tried this recipe from The James Beard Cook Book, a book I bought at a yard sale. But a previous owner of the book sure did; the book often opens automatically onto this spattered page."
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  1. one-arm cook
    Selicious recipe! I doubled the amount of horseradish too. Will definately make this again!
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  2. Keee8698
    A really good alternative to typical coleslaw! I used Splenda, and next time I will add more horseradish because it wasn't quite as spicy as we like! Thanks!
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  3. adopt a greyhound
    Served with Recipe #16397 and it was the perfect compliment. I made the dressing ahead of time to chill and then added the coleslaw mix just before serving.
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  4. rhastings01
    Best coleslaw ever! I used packaged shredded coleslaw mix (1lb.) Cut dressing recipe in half except for horseradish. Left horseradish at 1tbs and substituted Splenda for sugar.
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  5. johnson
    Wonderful. Sometimes I add more horseradish to give it a little more tang. Very good and popular at BBQ's!
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