Beet Kvaas

Beet kvas to make a good winter borscht.

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Update:  I made a new batch of Beet Kvaas today, Jan. 3, 2013, and jazzed it up.  I did not have enough red beets so I used a combination of red and yellow beets.  Organic does make a difference in flavor and nutrients, and beets store well, so try and get them from a local farmer and store them for the winter.  This is a wonderful post from Delicious Obsessions on beet kvaas and making it differently.

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I also used lots of fresh ginger, the juice of one lemon and in two of the jars I also added fresh garlic for a kick.  I added the tablespoon of Real Salt and a half a cup of kefir whey.  If you don’t have live kefir whey or yogurt whey you can use more salt.

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Eat as much color as you can. Deep red, orange, yellow and I also think that drinking…

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