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(58 days) aka Golden Detroit Golden beet made its debut in 1970. If you are annoyed with those pesky red beets "bleeding" all over your counters, then this is the beet for you. Want to wow your dinner guests? Slice them straight out of the garden when they are almost golden-orange and toss them in a salad like we do.
They don't seem to have the earthy taste some beets can have raw. So they are just yummy and healthy raw! Cook them and they turn buttercup yellow. Golden beets retain a silk smooth sweet flavor even when cooked. Golden beets are globe shaped and remain mild even when they get older. The tops can't be "beet" (lol couldn't resist) either; they are tasty, green and even sweet to some palates. *For some reason golden beets can have a lower germination rate so remember to plant a few extra.
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