Beets Are Good For You - Interesting Guidepost

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1. Of course nutritionally fresh raw beets will always be superior to canned or even fresh cooked beets.

2. Beets also may be stored in outdoor pits if the beets are dug before the ground freezes in the fall.

3. Beets also make an excellent raised bed crop since soils are generally less compacted and there is less foot traffic.

4. Beets store best at 32F and 95 percent humidity.

5. Beets are also high in fiber, both soluble and insoluble.

6. Beets are high in Vitamin A, Vitamin C, fiber and powerful antioxidants.

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1. Frequent shallow cultivation is important because beets compete poorly with weeds, especially when small.

2. Wash beets carefully without breaking the skin.

3. Raw beets need only to be scrubbed and grated or sliced as thinly as possible.

4. Freezing does not improve the quality of beets, it only preserves the quality you begin with.

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