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Beetroot (Chukundar)

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These edible ruby red roots are smooth and bulbous and have the highest sugar content than any other vegetable.

Storage and Uses

While storing beets, trim the leaves 2 inches from the root soon after you buy them as they sap the moisture from the beet root. The root bulbs should also be put into a bag and can be stored in the refrigerator for a maximum of 7 to 10 days. They are used to prepare curries, chutneys and raithas. It’s sweet nature makes it a popular ingredient for halwas and other such sweets.
Benefits
Red beets lower blood pressure, promotes brain and heart health. It fights inflammation and boosts energy levels.

Specification: Beetroot (Chukundar)

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500g, 1kg

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  • Store Name: Hubaycart Grocery
  • Vendor: Hubaycart Grocery
  • Address: Plot No. 197, Jeevan Nagar Part-2
    Near Masjid, Scrap Market
    Faridabad 121004
    Haryana
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