Lucrecia Anderson wrote:
Ebay. Be sure to read the ads carefully though, half the sellers list it as Ephedra Sinica but then put Ephedra Nevadensis/Mormon Tea in the description (and Mormon Tea does not contain ephedrine).
Lucrecia Anderson wrote: "What was I watching that would put me in THAT category?"
Nicole Alderman wrote:Looks like the red and goldens have lower levels, with the Chioggia the highest (https://www.justbeetit.com/beet-blog-index/beetroot-greens-varieties-types)
For beet non-enthusiasts interested in enjoying the benefits of beets without the intense "earthy" flavor, choose a Red (Detroit Dark Red or Red Ace) or Golden Beet variety and perhaps avoid the Chioggia Beet. This beetroot is strikingly beautiful (looking like a candy-cane) and quite sweet in taste; however, the Chioggia Beet has the highest level of geosmin which contributes to the "dirt-like" taste.
Bryant RedHawk wrote:
Clay soil is not good beet soil, you would need to add compost and then add sand, in that order so the clay doesn't turn into brick making material.
Amit Enventres wrote:
I still haven't explored hulless oats. What other annual grains are out there that I'm missing?