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thinly sliced-- warm, gold roasted beets, honey, balsamic, salt. 

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  1. You want to know something funny? I've never tried beets! I know crazy right! What is the favoring in them because you just made them look delicious!

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    1. that's not that strange! I actually never fred beets until maybe 3 years ago! and it was because someone convinced me to put them in a juice! They are a pretty yummy thing :) I just wrap them in tinfoil and put them in the oven (400) til soft, let cool a bit, and peel... thats it... and just some salt... or here theres balsamic and honey. thats it. :)

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  2. Beets with honey sounds delicious!

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    1. I only usually see them at markets and WF's, but never my local store!

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  4. Love the little hands making an appearance :)

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  5. That looks amazing. I have never seen golden beets for sale but now I will make a special effort to find them.

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  6. Do u think this would be tasty w/ red beets also?!? I have beets in my garden every yr & I'm always looking for good recipes. Can u give me an idea of the recipe or is it a winging it kinda dish...?!?!

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    1. YES! Should be equally as delicious. Honestly, I don't really notice too much of a taste difference between the two. I usually opt for the gold because I like the color a bit more, but thats it.

      As far as the winging it dish.... I mixed cornmeal, flour, milk, tofu, and shredded and sautéed vegetables, seasoned and baked.

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  7. Your Things on Toast posts have inspired me to start eating (albeit not vegan) healthier. While I want to eat healthy, I always have trouble figuring out how. My new philosophy now is, "What healthy things can I stick on toast?" It's been working out great! (see: http://www.domesticacademic.com/2012/05/some-healthy-eatin.html#) Thanks.

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