Nutritional benefits of beet red microgreens
Aside from being low in calories, as they contain mostly water, beet red microgreens also provide the benefit of some vital nutrients including vitamin A which is present in a higher concentration in the leaves than the beet. Magnesium and potassium are also present in these beets.
Taste and use of beet microgreens
The beets can lose its flavour with harsh cooking. This is why many people prefer to eat it raw. It adds colour and crunch to a salad and is perfect to use when adding a little extra to a sandwich.
The leaves can be cooked in water for about twenty minutes then filtered out, leaving a drink that can help with urinary tract issues and constipation.
If red beet microgreens are cooked, they should be boiled or steamed, using as little water as possible. This helps to preserve the flavour so the result is delicious food that looks good and is full of nutrients which can help to improve health.