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beet

see betavulgaris.

beet pulp
the residue of the roots when the juice is extracted. Highly regarded as a feed supplement for extra energy in high producing cows. Called also beets.
beet tops
the foliage of the beet plant, used as green feed but has a high oxalate content.
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Whisk together reserved beet and artichoke liquids in small bowl.
He added that 500,000 acres of sugar beets were cultivated this season, and that production is expected to reach 1.
Beets are more than just their sweet earthy flavor.
Once the beets are tender, remove from the oven and immediately toss with the vinegar/honey mix.
But what's most important is that these beets are delivered in the Bek and processed in the Bek, so it doesn't have to be transported by truck through Syria to other Arab countries.
Choose small beets if you're planning to eat them raw--they're more tender.
Beets have a long taproot, therefore I work the soil deeply.
The team grew around 30 commercial sugar beet varieties in 2006 and 2007 and found that roots from some varieties stored indoors had lost as much as 100% of their recoverable sugar content, and roots from some varieties stored outdoors had lost as much as 60%.
The economic loss from damage to stored beets is quite large," says plant pathologist Carl Strausbaugh, who works at the Agricultural Research Service's Northwest Irrigation and Soils Research Laboratory in Kimberly, Idaho.
Introducing sugar beets should also support the margins of the grain business.
District Court Judge Jeffrey White has set aside three days this week for evidence to be presented by environmental groups hoping to halt the production of genetically engineered sugar beet seeds and by USDA, which is seeking to protect the crop.