Whether you’re after the health benefits of beetroot juice or just need something quick and easy to grate into a salad, this root is a great pick. Boiled or roasted, there's no wrong way to eat these delicious roots. Pair with citrusy or creamy flavors.
Store beetroot in a cool and dark place, such as the vegetable compartment of your refrigerator. Keep them unwashed and with the tops removed to prevent moisture and prolong freshness.
Begin by gently scrubbing and trimming the beetroot, retaining its skin to prevent nutrient loss. Roasting, boiling, or grating organic beetroot can unlock its natural sweetness and earthy flavors. Incorporate it into salads, dips, smoothies, or even bake it into cakes for a delightful twist. Don't keep all your beets for the main course – their earthy sweetness is a fine addition to brownies and cakes.
Q: How many beets per kg?
A: 1 kg of beetroots contains approximately 4 to 7 pieces. However, the size and weight of the organic produce coming from the farm may vary slightly.
Q: Can I use organic beetroot in juicing?
A: Yes, organic beetroot is commonly used in juicing due to its vibrant colour and nutritional benefits.