Sea Beet

Sea Beet (Beta maritima L.) belongs to the family of the Chenopodiaceae (Amaranthaceae) and is very close to the beet Beta vulgaris L. Beta maritima is characterised for its salt tolerance. Young leaves are cooked like spinach. Fresh leaves have a nutty taste. Sea beet likes temperate growing conditions awaiting the hunting season.



Cook the sea beet in only the water left on the leaves after washing; chop finely and add some cream butter. Flavour with salt and pepper. Serve with pheasant or wood pigeon

sea beet



 

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