Yes, you can eat beetroots raw. Some people may find it unpalatable, or horrible if it’s more apt to use the word, but beets can be eaten even when it is not cooked.
Eating these purple bulbs raw is even recommended because then, it would have most of its vitamins, minerals and nutrients still intact.
In fact, some researchers are saying that the cancer-curing properties of beetroots are significantly lost in the cooking process so it’s better to eat them raw.
The downside is, if you eat too much raw beetroot, your liver will be asked to work doubly hard to dispose the waste products of beets. You might get a fever. Start with small quantities of raw beetroot and gradually increase the serving.
How do you eat raw beetroots?
It can also be juiced, used in a sandwich or hamburgers. Raw beets can offer a sweet, earthy flavor, velvety texture and a wonderful color.
However, it may take you several attempts to like raw beets because it is an acquired taste.
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