I LOVE BEETS! Mmmm mmm mmm. Your illustrations are getting better and better!
Mmmmmm, beets are so good!
Oh this looks yummy! I need to do groceries. Could you do a few dishes that one could create in a college cafeteria?
delicious! i will make this. thanks!
Hi Obee,If you would like to send us a list of things that can be found at a college dining hall and what your working with, we would love to take you up on this challenge. Please leave us a message here.
Hi! Do you mind if I sometimes 'use' your recipes? Because you are extremely good! And I will post the link to your blog of course. And god, I'm so impressed. Just came across your blog today and totally fell in love!Keep up the good work!x Nura from 'World Of Fashion Inspiration'
Very nice. I love beets :-) I like the design of your blog. Very original!
ohhh!!! very nice! i will try! here, in Argentina, we have very good beets :)www.julesbronson.blogspot.com
I looooove your site and its design!
noms. always looking for new beet recipes! soo good
okay, this sounds amazing! and i can actually eat all of the ingredients \o/
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I'm just curious, how do you know when the beet is properly cooked? I haven't ever had fresh beets before so I'm a bit off the tracks here with this, but I would really love to try this recipe some time soon.
soft tofu as in silken or the refrigerated kind? I love you guys, thanks!
Isobelle, the great thing about veggies is you can never undercook them. However, the proper way is to cook them until they're soft enough to easily stab with a fork.Kendall, any tofu will work. We like to use soft silken tofu because it's easier to crumble.
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This looks good. I have a smile on my face after reading that. Thanks
I have lived my life not knowing you could eat the leaves. I've been throwing them in the bin. Oh the shame. Will try this tomorrow. Looks divine.lorex
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I like your blog and the easy to follow recipies but I think it would be very helpful to post the caloric content of the recipies as well for us weight consious folk.
Unfortunately, the nature of our blog makes it difficult to include nutritional facts and caloric content. We intend for people to substitute ingredients to their taste and we do not list the exact products that we use. This makes a caloric listing inaccurate and misleading.This is why we suggest using an online calorie counter while cooking/shopping and substituting packaged ingredients for fresh produce, low fat, and low sodium options. Try using a bit of water instead of oil, to steam rather than fry food. This is one of many simple ways to alter recipes for lower caloric intake.
I can not stop cracking up after seeing your illustration of "extra-virgin" olive oil. Too good.
could I use canned beets?
Hi Frillygirl,Canned beets would definitely work and you can cook them for less time. If you want to keep it as a salad serve with any of your favorite leafy greens or try it in a sandwich.
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