beetroot beetroot


  1. (n) beet having a massively swollen red root; widely grown for human consumption
  2. (n) round red root vegetable



  1. At the market, you'll find farmers and stall holders from Srinagar trading beetroot and carrots, dill and spinach, chrysanthemums and roses, over glasses of hot, milky chai.
  2. Besides fresh seafood, you'll enjoy typical dishes like banana flower with grated coconut and lemon rice with beetroot chutney.
  3. For dessert, we shared the strangely satisfying chocolate-and-beetroot cake.


  1. What makes a restaurant 'a restaurant' in France?

    French chef Cyril Rouquet delicately adds a splatter of his homemade beetroot and aioli sauce and places an edible flower as he dresses his dish of the day – parsley bread-crumbed fish on a bed of seasonal vegetables – for the busy lunch service in his Louvre Bouteille restaurant.
    on June 24, 2013     Source: Christian Science Monitor via Yahoo! News

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    COLUMBIA - Participants of the Beet the Heat 5K Race took off running Saturday morning at Cosmo Park. But it wasn't just a race. The race is designed to test the effects of beetroot juice or placebo on race performance.
    on June 23, 2013     Source: KOMU Columbia

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  1. Study author Amrita Ahluwalia, Professor of Vascular Biology at Queen Mary's William Harvey Research Institute says, "We showed that beetroot and nitrate capsules are equally effective in lowering blood pressure indicating that it is the nitrate...
    on Jun 29, 2010 By: William Harvey Source: eMaxHealth

  2. "I never looked or felt so good," Anna explained. "I do Pilates every day and then I'll have juice made of beetroot, celery and dandelion leaves. You really notice the difference - with your hair, your eyesight, everything - when you have...
    on Jan 22, 2008 By: Anna Friel Source: This is Nottingham

  3. But Teixeira said demand for ethanol from crops is growing, "and Brazilian ethanol, made from sugarcane, has emerged as the most viable alternative, with competitive advantages over maize, beetroot and other primary materials."
    on Feb 25, 2008 By: Teixeira Source: AFP

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