— VEGETABLES – ROOTS & TUBERS
The Crapaudine primeval beet is the name of an elongated tuber with a rough bark. The beet was already eaten in the Middle Ages and is an ancestor of many beet varieties that emerged later. The taste is more powerful and earthy than any other beetroot variety.
Availability Crapaudine beet
The primal beet was already eaten in the Middle Ages and it was already known that it probably was an old variety. The primal beet is the ancestor of many beet varieties that arose later.
How to store
Primal beets can be kept at a cool place (appr. 12 degrees), You can keep them there for a couple of weeks.
How to eat
If you are going to boil or roast the beets, you do not have to peel them first. It is advisable to brush off the sand first. You boil or roast the beet with the skin and can be peeled afterwards. If you would like to eat the beet raw, you can first peel them with a vegetable peeler and cut the ends off the beet.