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[Real Canadian Superstore] RCSS(west) 10 LB bag of Beets, Carrots, or Onions, $3.97, Sept 25 - Oct 1/20

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[Real Canadian Superstore] RCSS(west) 10 LB bag of Beets, Carrots, or Onions, $3.97, Sept 25 - Oct 1/20

RCSS(west) 10 LB bag of Beets, Carrots, or Onions, $3.97, Sept 25 - Oct 1/20

September is BEETS month. 10 LBS of beets have been $4.99 so far this month, but the price drops this week. Stock up and start pickling. Recipes anyone ?

.... But we are still twice the price compared to No Frills out east. Oh, where is the love for the west ? :rolleyes: no-frills-campbells-soup-0-47-carrots-b ... a-2403364/
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We've been buying 10lb bags of beets for $2 since last week at No Frills. Last weekend, carrots, potatoes, beets were all $2 for 10lbs. Not sure if it's over or not, but we bought 80 lbs of beets in total. My nieces love that stuff.. even drink the water we boil them in as soup lol
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strife wrote: We've been buying 10lb bags of beets for $2 since last week at No Frills. Last weekend, carrots, potatoes, beets were all $2 for 10lbs. Not sure if it's over or not, but we bought 80 lbs of beets in total. My nieces love that stuff.. even drink the water we boil them in as soup lol

We're new to beets, but would like to try them this season. What's a good recipe for beets?
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^also would like to know how to cook this

we out west have so much farm land and yet food is more expensive than east ahhhh the logic is too much
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zoomzoom wrote: We're new to beets, but would like to try them this season. What's a good recipe for beets?
Lol, we ghetto as heck. We just boil them.. they're sweet, so kids eat them like candy. I'm sure you can google for some recipes, but we can't be bothered. It's just some work to peel them first. My mom bought so many to cook, then freeze for later (reduce need to go shopping during covid, etc).
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zoomzoom wrote:
We're new to beets, but would like to try them this season. What's a good recipe for beets?
divx wrote: ^also would like to know how to cook this

we out west have so much farm land and yet food is more expensive than east ahhhh the logic is too much
Beets are generally nasty (taste like dirt) unless you roast them in the oven or roast them on the bbq like a baked potatoes.
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Boil them first, then run them under cold water and the peel will just come off in your hands. It's a bit like peeling hard boiled eggs but even easier.
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Beets are great for lowering your blood pressure.
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zoomzoom wrote: We're new to beets, but would like to try them this season. What's a good recipe for beets?
Oven roasted beets are always a good start. Then there is beet soup (google Borscht recipe). Good in season beets are an easy replacement for carrots in many cases. Use them to make beet soup (instead of carrot soup), beet cakes (instead of carrot cakes), in coleslaw instead of carrots, heck throw a few in your red velvet cake for the color.

Be warned, they color everything red. Like every meal you make will be stained red. TMI here but I wish someone warned me: Do not panic when your pee and poop is also reddish.
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divx wrote: ^also would like to know how to cook this

we out west have so much farm land and yet food is more expensive than east ahhhh the logic is too much
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Brought a 10lb bag from no frills last week, first time trying beets and they are super good. I just steam and eat without any seasonings. The juice I used as food coloring for bread, cookies, muffins....
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When I see beet, I think about Russian Borscht Soup. Definitely don't need 10lbs of them. You don't want it to need 10lbs either as our body couldn't process that much beets without toxic side effects.
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farfargurl wrote: Brought a 10lb bag from no frills last week, first time trying beets and they are super good. I just steam and eat without any seasonings. The juice I used as food coloring for bread, cookies, muffins....
wow farfargurl that looks good... love ur posts
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spiritsBB wrote: When I see beet, I think about Russian Borscht Soup. Definitely don't need 10lbs of them. You don't want it to need 10lbs either as our body couldn't process that much beets without toxic side effects.
Not that I would eat a 10lb on my own at once, but source?

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