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Old 07-17-2011, 10:21 AM   #11
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I'm waiting for the golden beets to be ready...they went in after the red beets. Do you powder the bay leaf or do you remove it before serving? I use fresh bay (my bay tree is doing wonderfully! It has sent out so many new leaves, it is really amazing).
We gently heat the marinade and remove the bay leaf before serving or while eating. The golden beets we already had this year were not sweet and 'beety' enough to my taste.
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Grated beets are good in coleslaw :)
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