Did You Know You Can Grow Sugar From Beets?
This is only possible, if you use the correct beet called Sugar Beet. According to survivopedia, sugar beets were grown to feed livestock in the past and were not fit for human consumption. Sugar Beets look completely different than the other beets that are red or white. Sugar Beet are elongated and have similar coloring to a white potato. If you are interested in learning how to make beet sugar, keep on reading.
Don’t worry about buying a food processor or any other special equipment. Be aware that a beet only produces about 17% sugar based on its original weight. To put it into perspective, you will need about 10 pounds of beets to make 1.7 pounds of sugar.
All you will need is: