Their petite size and shape makes them easy to prepare – just top ‘em and tail ‘em and then cook whole, similar to a regular beet, but with less messy cutting and prep. Once they are cooked the skin should easily slide off, but we encourage eating the skin for some extra fiber and less food waste! Add them to your favorite salads or veggie side dishes. You can roast, grill, or pickle them for more flavor! Pro-tip: Cooking the entire plant is not only good for your health, it also helps you do your part to reduce food waste, so don’t be afraid to cook the tops the same way you would cook a chard!