Serbajadi F1 Hybrid Carrot – Daucus carota L. subp. Sativa (Hoffm.) Arch. (Umbelliferae)
The carrot plant produces smooth skinned cylindrical roots of excellent quality. Carrots are a favorite of weight watchers and health conscious crowd. On top of being good for you, carrots taste good, too. Carrots are rich in beta carotene, vitamins C, D, E, potassiuym, calcium, magnesium and other minerals. Some of the known phytonutrients in carrots are lutein, lycopene and zeaxznthin. Lutein is thought to slows down aging and prevent age-related eye disease. Carrots need little preparation and are most nutritious when harvested fresh, washed and eaten raw. When eating carrots, never peel the vegetable as the outer part is the richest in nutrients, just scrape them. 1. Raw: In salads or a sandwich, whole or grated and dressed with lemon juice. They can be nibbled and munched upon whenever the urge arises. Carrot strengthened children’s teeth. 2. Cooked – Alternatively, stir fry, steam or boil, making it a main meal or as as a side dish. Carrots combine well with potatoes and other vegetables. They are sweeter when cooked and. they maintain their beta-carotene content after cooking. Nutrients actually increase with cooking – as long as not over-cooked. 3. Juice – A healthy way to enjoy the raw goodness is to drink carrot juice. Carrot juice makes a refreshing, delicious and nutritious beverage. It combines very well with apple juice or lemon juice.
Type of vegetable: Roots
Edible parts: Roots
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Keep away from children and pets.
Store in cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.