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A few weeks ago I bought lovely (err expensive) organic beets at a farmers market. Now they are moldy. Can I still use them?

If I just cut off the mold and broil/boil the bejeezus out of them won't they be fine? Please say yes! ;)

asked by KLL5 almost 3 years ago
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Chris_in_oslo
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added almost 3 years ago

How big are your beets? If you can cut out moldy portions with a big margin--like an inch--around the moldy part and are sure not to touch your knife to the mold, you may be good to go.