Baby Beet

Beets or beetroots can be eaten whole, with their greens, when they are small. This baby beetroot was steamed and then dressed with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
Today, April 28th, is a good time to plant such root crops. Tomorrow, April 29th is also a favourable day for planting these useful vegetables: radishes, potatoes, beets or beetroot, carrots and celeriac (celery root).
~~M-J~~

Baby Beet

Beets or beetroots can be eaten whole, with their greens, when they are small. This baby beetroot was steamed and then dressed with olive oil and balsamic vinegar.
Today, April 28th, is a good time to plant such root crops. Tomorrow, April 29th is also a favourable day for planting these useful vegetables: radishes, potatoes, beets or beetroot, carrots and celeriac (celery root).
~~M-J~~

Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

>Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

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This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

>Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

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This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton

>Baby Beet, Steamed and Dressed

>

This home-garden-grown baby beetroot was washed, steamed for five minutes, then dressed with olive oil and a few drops of balsamic vinegar. The root, bulb and leaves were consumed by your faithful editor. Grown in soil with only kitchen compost as a fertiliser, and no pesticides, this exquisite, nutritious beet was part of a health-promoting luncheon.

©M-J de Mesterton