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Beet Lovers

We're not talking your grandmother’s straight-from-the-can, Sunday-night-dinner beets!

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“Once you pop, the fun don’t stop…” but don’t worry it’s okay to get addicted to these chips. Naturally Ella gives great step-by-step instruction on making homemade beet chips.

Need a digestive break? Get your fill with beet juice. Green Kitchen Stories combines their beet juice with orange and ginger for a sweet twist.

Green Kitchen Stories » Beetroot Juice

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Raw Beets + Avocado, Cashews, Mustard, Capers, Lemon, Thyme = Beetroosh, an original beet spread by Green Kitchen Stories

Take your taste buds on a wild ride with an ambrosial combination of roasted beets, feta, mint, and pomegranate molasses in this dish by Winnie Abramson of Healthy Green Kitchen.

Roasted Beet Salad with Mint and Feta - Healthy Green Kitchen

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“Foods are whole for a reason” –Sarah Britton of My New Roots. Sarah, we couldn’t of said it better ourselves! Learn how to cook the all parts of the beet with Sarah.

My New Roots: Whole Food Thinking and Whole Plant Eating

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The blog Canned combines golden beets with tangerines for a mildly sweet and tangy pickle. YUMMY!

put up or shut up !: pickled golden beets

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Go around the world and back with this recipe for spicy beets and carrot curry by One Tribe Gourmet.

A cocktail…using beets (!!) Eggs on Sunday attempts to concoct this beet cocktail, a recipe from Felicia’s Atomic Lounge, in Ithaca.

If you get your hands on some baby beets this spring, try Nataliya’s recipe for roasted baby beets with honey and black sea salt from her blog Flash and the Pan.

Crazy color in beet noodles by A Doctor’s Kitchen!

True or false: you can get your daily serving of veggies with a cupcake? True! Even Jayne’s kids were fooled by the pretty pink treat made with beets!

Kick your deviled eggs up a notch with Cookistry’s guide to beet pickled eggs soaked in the juice from pickled beets.

Cookistry: Beet-Pickled Eggs

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5 and Spice pairs earthy sweet beets with creamy, tangy chevre for an ingenious way to incorporate beets into a beautiful happy-hour appetizer sure to impress your guests.

The blog Food Fitness Fresh Air points out that roasted beets and fresh avocado complement the richness of veggie links just right. Cookout anyone?!

We love the experimentation and improvisation in BrooklynSupper’s step-by-step guide to naturally dying Easter eggs with…yep you guessed it, beets. Look Ma — no chemicals!