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Getting to the root of wasabi

September 28, 2005

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For some people, a trip to the sushi bar is just an excuse to experience the kick of wasabi. But the pleasantly pungent green paste served in this country is rarely made from actual wasabi root; more often it's regular horseradish doctored with food coloring. How can you get the real thing? Short of growing your own, the easiest route ... (Full article: 155 words)

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