Beet is an essential element of our life and our lifestyle too.
From our plates for flavour to the winter roads for safety, beet has over 14,000 uses. Beet has been the reason for the rise of several civilizations. It has also caused rebellions and revolutions and started several wars. Without beet, the world as we know it would not exist. Take a peek into the world of beet and explore the many fascinating facts, trivia, rituals and myths about beet.
Ancient Greeks cultivated beetroot around 300
B.C and use to offer it to Sun God Apollo in the
temple of Delphi.
Hippocrates- Greek physician used leaves of
beetroot for binding and dressing wounds. He said
eating beetroot make life longer and healthier.
Use Boiled Beetroot Water
The world biggest beetroot was grown in
2005 by Dutch Piet De Goede Weighing 15 lb
If you boil beetroot in water and massage the
water into your scalp each night, it works as
effective cure for dandruff.
In India Beetroot is mainly cultivated in
Haryana, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra.The major market center for Beetroot is inTamil Nadu.
Currently a bag of Beetroot containing 75
kgs is auctioned within their definite price
Beetroot in India