Golden Beets are known to be a bit sweeter than red beets.
They can be enjoyed raw and are often shaved into salads and soups or pickled for extended use. You can also enjoy Golden Beets in a cooked recipe, lightly sautéed with oils and herbs, or roasted for a crisp surface and tender interior. Their smaller size will shorten the required cooking time, and some roots can be cooked whole.
The roots will keep up to two weeks with the leaves removed when stored in the crisper drawer of the refrigerator and up to one week when stored with the tops still attached.
Gold beets contain vitamins A and C, beta-carotene, potassium, and fiber.