A root vegetable from the parsley family, that has lacy green leaves and a long slender orange root. Baby carrots have less flavor because of their immaturity, but are often more tender. Carrots were formerly found in every color: red, black, yellow, white and especially purple EXCEPT orange! It was first cultivated in Afghanistan, and carrots originally had purple exteriors and yellow flesh. In the Middle Ages, the Dutch developed the bright orange carrot.

Eaten raw or briefly cooked, carrots are an excellent source of vitamin A, carotene and potassium.

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A root vegetable from the parsley family, that has lacy green leaves and a long slender orange root. Baby carrots have less flavor because of their immaturity, but are often more tender. Carrots were formerly found in every color: red, black, yellow, white and especially purple EXCEPT orange! It...