Dyeing with beetroot

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While beetroot leaves a lovely pink-reddish colour on most textiles, the colour is water-soluble. So even if you boil the fabric with crushed beetroot and salt for a week, the most you're going to get is very clean fabric.

However, this does not preclude beetroot from being a colourant for food.