Carrot


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Alternative nutrition A beta carotene-rich vegetable—Daucus carota—widely regarded as a ‘healthy food’; consumption of carrots is said to decrease the risk of cancer, cardiovascular disease, strokes, and macular degeneration
Vox populi A popular term for any incentive for a person to do something
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He started farming carrots two years ago after switching from potatoes due to poor prices.
Place celery root and carrots in a large pot, add 6 cups water and bring to a simmer over medium heat.
Don't skip toasting the pecans, which complement the carrots' sweetness.
A mother Sana Shamsa said , due to the use of carrots and milk, halwas are a healthy snack for children as well.
Four bakeshops in the town collaborated in baking 108 pans of carrot
I love carrots. Pulled from the ground and washed, they can be eaten just as they are or served up with dip.
Since the 1960s, Desert REC has hosted the winter plantings of the USDA's carrot breeding program, which is based at the University of Wisconsin.
Fortunately, carrot juice is a wonderful way to get all of the vitamin A you need.
The sources said carrot was a root crop so the land should be prepared properly in depth.
There are two very important aspects to producing a carrot juice whose micronutrients - vitamins, minerals, and bioactive phytochemicals (e.g.
Studies on MPVs are important for indicating intrinsic quality aspects, due to the rising consumption of these produces, especially carrot. Given the above, this research aimed to analyze and compare the nutritional and physicochemical quality of fresh and fresh-cut carrot.