Love Beetroot or just looking for the many Beetroot Powder benefits? Whatever the reason, there’s no denying the power of this age old herb! So what is Beetroot? Family to chard and spinach, Beetroot is the taproot portion of the Beet plant. The large, fleshy, glossy leaves, called beet greens, protrude from angular stems from this 2 feet high plant, making quite garden friendly.
Dating back almost 3000 years ago, based on the earliest recorded history, Beetroot extract was used by many civilizations in Africa, Europe, Asia, North and South America, and the Caribbean. Its benefits ranged from the use as a natural food coloring to the use of it on the body. Romans were considered the first to cultivate Beet, while today it is commercially produced in the USA, Russia, France, Poland, and Germany. Beetroot powder makes a great potential additives the culinary and personal care industry!
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Country of Origin: China
Botanical Name: Beta vulgaris rubra
Common Names: Table Beet, Red Beet, Golden Beet, Beetroot, Spinach Beet, Sea Beet, Garden Beet, White Beet, Mangel Wurzel
Organic Certified: Yes (Options labeled as such)
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Just add one teaspoon to each quart of tomatoes you are canning. It gives a sauce a great color, deep ruby and a slight sweetness. I won't can tomatoes without it in the future. Can be used to add depth and color to other sauces. Added it to homemade pasta dough for some interesting color.
I added this to my lip balm it came out beautifully however I feel like I wasted some of the beetroot because it was all clumpy at the bottom of my pitcher when I was pouring into my tins. Any suggestions on how to get it to dissolve a little bit better into my oils/butters? TIA!!!
Beets are great for your health and this one is so sweet tasting and just melts in your mouth! Sprinkle it on foods, add it to juices or eat it right out of the package! Love it!