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r7mm08
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Jul-15-15, 
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"pickled red beets"

Does anyone know how to make good pickled red beets

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Oct-12-16, 
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1. "RE: pickled red beets"

yes I do Italian style, you cut off the tops just below the tops so they don't bleed out during cooking.
Boil them until they are tender to a fork and then take them out and let them cool in the sink once drained.
Then slice them up in a bowl and you take RED WINE VINEGAR not apple cider and you take a 8 oz tumbler and you fill it half way up with the red wine vinegar and then fill it the rest of the way up with water. Pour that in and you add a good amount of Mediterranean oregano and about four cloves of fresh garlic sliced into it. Add now a small portion of sugar maybe about two tablespoons and then let marinate overnight
You will love it this is an old Italian recipe from my grandma

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Nov-03-16, 
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2. "RE: pickled red beets"

thanks, will try

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