You Can’t Beet This!

Get a load of this

See the little new leaves coming out of it? So cute! You can’t beet this beat. Err… oh, you know what I mean. πŸ™‚

Mommy dearest took the garden load of beets and pickled them. They are darn delicious, too!

Just a shorty post today, so on to Today’s Question:

What is your favorite way to eat beets?

Me: Steamed until soft like butter. Yum!

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8 Responses to You Can’t Beet This!

  1. Eimear Rose says:

    Either raw and finely grated with a sharp vinagrette or roasted. Yum! Although I love pickled beets too.

  2. Stefanie says:

    Roasted beets are so good. They do not need anything to them because they are sweet from being roasted.

  3. Kiki says:

    I’ve actually never tried beets! I was planning on picking some up at the store this week.. I’m pretty excited πŸ™‚

  4. We love beets, raw, baked, any way really! We even have made beet hummus, yum!

  5. Tracy says:

    Pickled, most definitely! Mmm mmm!!

  6. Namaste Gurl says:

    I love beets, too. But I’m always to lazy to cook them as they require a lot of preparation which I don’t always have πŸ™‚ Love the color, taste and nutrition!

    I enjoy eating beets a top of salad with other crunchy accouterments; in hummus; by itself with ginger and spinach, goat cheese… the list goes on!


    • VEGirl says:

      It seems like every beet tutorial you see involves, as you said, a lot of prep. But I have always just cut the beets into slices and steamed/boiled them in a pot. We don’t even bother to peel them now! Maybe you could give that a try sometime?

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