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Beetroot Golden Loose (Kg)

Product Description
Description/Taste:
Golden beetroot, with its vibrant yellow-orange hue, stands out in contrast to the more common deep red varieties. The flesh of this beetroot is entirely golden and offers a sweeter, milder flavour compared to its red counterpart. It lacks the earthy taste often associated with red beets, making it appealing to even those who are typically beet-averse.

Seasons/Availability:
Golden beetroots are available throughout the year in the UK, with peak seasons being from late summer to early winter. Their cool-weather preference ensures they flourish during these months. Outside their peak season, golden beetroots are often imported from European countries to maintain a consistent supply.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Golden beetroots can be used in much the same way as red beetroots. Their sweeter flavour profile and absence of the earthy taste make them versatile in both raw and cooked applications. When roasted, they caramelise slightly, enhancing their inherent sweetness. They pair exceptionally well with tangy cheeses, nuts (especially walnuts), apples, and fresh herbs. Another advantage: they don't stain as red beetroots do, making them a cleaner option for salads and garnishes.

Nutritional Information & Allergens:
Golden beetroots are a nutritional powerhouse, providing dietary fibre, vitamin C, potassium, and antioxidants. They also contain betaine, a nutrient that supports liver function and helps reduce inflammation. As with other beet varieties, they are gluten-free and are not typically associated with allergens.

Preparation and Storage:
To prepare, wash the beetroot thoroughly under cool water. While peeling is optional, doing so reveals the beet's bright golden colour in all its glory. They can be roasted, boiled, steamed, or eaten raw. Store golden beetroots in a cool, dry place, or for longer storage, in the refrigerator's vegetable drawer.

History:
While beetroots have been cultivated for centuries, golden beetroots are a relatively modern variety. They've grown in popularity not just for their unique colour, but also for their sweeter taste and versatility in culinary applications.
SKU: BEGK
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