What are Gold Beets?
- Gold beets have an edible root and edible leaves! The root is a pale orange color. The root’s flesh is sweet and earthy.
How to Eat
- These beets can be steamed or roasted to bring out the best flavor. After they are cooked, the skin should be peeled. Beets pair well with shallots, fennel, citrus, and potatoes.
- The beet greens are extremely high in potassium.
How to Store
- Keep in the refrigerator for up to one week once the top is removed.
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