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beetroot

1. a variety of the beet plant, Beta vulgaris, that has a bulbous dark red root that may be eaten as a vegetable, in salads, or pickled
2. the root of this plant
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Put the cabbage, beetroot, apple and onion in a large heavy bottomed saucepan and give them a good mix.
Beetroot can be quite bland so this is why it needs a little acidity.
Slice the beetroot thinly too, or chop it up if you prefer.
Beetroots are great in salads and with smoked fish like eel and mackerel.
Cooking time will depend on the size and age of the beetroot _ smaller, younger beetroot are boiled for 30 minutes, whereas larger and older vegetables require 45-60 minutes or longer.
6 ounces of a drink containing about three-fourths beetroot juice and one-fourth apple juice or a placebo drink.
We cook the beetroots in their skins cool them and the skin is removed.
To serve Slice the duck over the cabbage and serve with the beetroots, caramelised apple and pan fried new potatoes.
FRESH beetroot is enjoying a revival as people are discovering there's more to this great
A research team, including Barts and the London School of Medicine, has found that beetroot juice lowers blood pressure.
Bake the beetroots the day before - put in deep metal trays and cover them with foil then put in a hot oven for about one and a half hours.