Since this variety is a cross of three different heirloom types of beets, some roots are red, some yellow, and some orange. So it’s fun to pull them, you never know what you’re going to get, and it makes a beautiful, multicolored side dish.
Here’s a red one:
And that would be nuts.
“Um . . . ”
And this next:
See, so pretty.
These four beets yielded THREE POUNDS of delicious beet greens.
Yes, I weighed them.
Being a blogger makes that, too, not crazy.
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