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beautiful! i love cooking and baking with beets. could you detect beet flavor?
Yes the flavour is detectable. It makes the bread a bit sweeter, too.
This looks so cool! I used beet juice to colour cupcake frosting once, but I’d like to experiment with it more often.
Your bread turned out beautifully!
That looks so awesome!
That is so gorgeous! Awesome!
squeeeeee! what super fun & super tasty bread, Mihl! you’re a genius! i love your marBLED (heee hee, get it?!) beet bread – it looks most fantastical kinda spooky & very pretty at the same time! so awesome!
Wow, it worked wonderfully, and made for a beautiful bread! Good on you for following up on that idea. It also opens so many possibilities, and gives so many ideas… Fun!
The only place I ever ate a beet bread was in a germand restaurant and I loved! It’s really cool and has an amazing taste.
check my last post..I think you will like it!
It reminds me of the half-pumpernickel half-rye breads my mother used to buy from the bakery, except the dark color was deep brown instead of red. The beet juice really worked well to color the dough. I’ll have to remember this.
OMG, kids will love this!!!
That looks so pretty! I love it. You always make such amazing breads. You put my bread making skills to shame!
What a fun marble! And you could totally trick kids into eating it based on the color and then ambush them with the kicker, “look, you just ate beets!” :)
So pretty! What a great idea.
Oh it´s soooo pretty!
Das Brot sieht sehr gut aus, gib mir eine Scheibe, bitte!
Which restaurant did you go to in Leipzig? I only heard of one vegetarian place called Avocado.
Avocado closed several years ago, which is sad. But check out my next post :D
That is fantastic bread! I’m definitely going to try this.
What a pretty loaf! You should open up a wee bread bakery!!!
You are so smart to figure out that you could use beet juice. It is so time consuming to roast beets. You found a good shortcut!
yum and so pretty – I have recently bought beetroot powder and now I am thinking I could add it to some bread
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