I grew some sugar beets in my small garden this year as a novelty. I proccess a couple of the beets a few days ago just for fun and got enough molasses to make a batch of bran muffins. I was not able to extract any pure sugar but I skipped a few necessary steps so didn't expect great results. I of course had a pile of left over sugar beet pulp that I could just feed to my horse but it is a pretty small amount and I started wondering what the nutritional quality of sugar beet pulp is and whether it could be incorperated into something like a bread recipe? Has anyone else grown sugar beets to eat rather that extract sugar from? They grew a lot more prolific for me than my regular beets! I'm thinking of trying some roasted. Any ideas for other uses of sugar beets? I will process the rest to extract the molasses but I'd love to be able to use the remaining pulp as well.