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Greetings! I noted sugar beets in Casinos of late, was wondering who was fixings these and how.

Went to Radessons, and they had them cooked on the menu, tasted like dirt, which is normal, so I bought some, found a recipe for refrigerator beet's, and today the wife cooked them, and pickled them. Should be ready to eat in a week.

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Well we had the beets for lunch today. They were thicker than the caned ones, and more crispy, taste as good as I can remember from 13 years ago. They are refrigerated after prep, so no need to have c

Greetings! I noted sugar beets in Casinos of late, was wondering who was fixings these and how. Went to Radessons, and they had them cooked on the menu, tasted like dirt, which is normal, so I bought

my grandmother pickled beets and sweet pickles forever. every meal featured the 2 jars on table. I never enjoyed them as a child.   today I would kill to put homemade pickled beets and sweet pickle

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to_dave007

As an Ontario Canada gardener I've grown and pickled beets quite a few times..  Buy a good quality vinegar.

 

Where did you buy the beets?  Were the beets fairly decent looking?  How big?

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my grandmother pickled beets and sweet pickles forever. every meal featured the 2 jars on table. I never enjoyed them as a child.

 

today I would kill to put homemade pickled beets and sweet pickles on my table.

 

my mother grew beats this year and serves them roasted out of the oven, simply delicious.

 

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broden

when we pickle eggs we always put beets in with them

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Know anyone who ever tried to grow them here?

 

Lots of critters here to eat 'em up as they grow.  And I suspect they won't like the heat

 

Next time I go back I'll get some seeds and give it a try.

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Know anyone who ever tried to grow them here?

 

Lots of critters here to eat 'em up as they grow.  And I suspect they won't like the heat

 

Next time I go back I'll get some seeds and give it a try.

I have tried them. I got some good greens from them but the beets got pretty wormy.

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The beets came from Gasinos Metro, and Robinson on Mactan. Ate cooked beets at Raddisons.

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so I bought some, found a recipe for refrigerator beet's, and today the wife cooked them, and pickled them.

 

Beets are one of my favorites!!

 

I regularly buy them to cook at the metro and Shopwise.  Never noticed any worms, but then they're just another protein source :yahoo:

Also got a jar of pickled beets at SM grocery in Seaside.  They were quite good, but a little on the mushy side. 

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They used to have gafilta fish and borsch in Aylia years ago, they are slowly entering the civilized word. 

Wonder when they will get a Hardies?

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Wonder when they will get a Hardies?

 

Not soon enough if they can keep them like they are in the states...

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This might be a stupid question, what beets, or are they what we call beetroot here in Australia.

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Greetings! I noted sugar beets in Casinos of late, was wondering who was fixings these and how.

Went to Radessons, and they had them cooked on the menu, tasted like dirt, which is normal, so I bought some, found a recipe for refrigerator beet's, and today the wife cooked them, and pickled them. Should be ready to eat in a week.

 

The hotel probably got them out of a can. Beets take a long time to cook but worth it. An essential part of a Greek salad! I'm Eastern European decent and I pickle anything I can get my hands on!

This might be a stupid question, what beets, or are they what we call beetroot here in Australia.

 

Yup same same similar to carrots, turnips, etc. The 'fruit' grows underground while the attached leafy greens grow above ground.

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 are they what we call beetroot here in Australia.

 

yes

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This might be a stupid question, what beets, or are they what we call beetroot here in Australia.

Not such a stupid question seeing as I was thinking of asking the same.  To me 'sugar beet' is white, woody and either fed to cattle or used for sugar production. "Beetroot" is related but has a purple colour, smaller and is great when it's pickled or, when small, boiled, skinned and served with herring or mackerel.

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