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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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Beetroot and Carrot Soup Peel, and chop 3 cups carrot and 1/2 cup beetroot in chunks.
It could be because red beetroot is a rich source of nitrate and a group of bioactive pigments called betalains, which have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
Roug cooked beetroot and place in a food processor along with the juice of 1 lemon, 1 garlic clove, the walnuts, 3 tbsp sour cream and the ground caraway seeds.
Roast the beetroot in a foil envelope with fresh thyme and olive oil and a couple tablespoons of water for 40 mins.
Most promising may be how beetroot juice affects people with heart disease and the elderly.
Scandinavians love beetroot -- they are to them what carrots are to us -- and Americans do too.
Serve with Cheddar cheese, tomato sauce, rocket, lettuce, a fried egg, and of course the mayonnaise and beetroot.
Mackerel and beetroot, mackerel and horseradish, beetroot and horseradish, lentils and beetroot.
Beetroot (Beta vulgaris L) is a member of the Chenopodiaceae family which includes silver beet, sugar beet and fodder beet.
They'll love this tasty brownie recipe, and you don't have to tell them it uses beetroot, which is packed with vitamin C, B6, iron and potassium.
Home baking can be a good way to make sweet treats and know exactly what has gone into them - vegetable-based treats like carrot and beetroot cake can be great alternatives.
Objective: "The beetroot and beetroot juice consumption has been found to confer a number of short terms human health benefits due to naturally occurring actives.