The Carrot Cookbook
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The Carrot Cookbook

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Offers a wide variety of recipes that highlight carrots as the main ingredient, covering vegetable and meat dishes, pastas, desserts, drinks, and sauces, and listing additional information on cooking uses, seasonal limitations, and more.
Published September 1st 1995 by Running Press Book Publishers
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Matthew Gatheringwater
Nov 10, 2007 Matthew Gatheringwater rated it 2 of 5 stars Recommends it for: people trying to eat more vegetables
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The most interesting and useful part of this slim volume offers advice about what kinds of carrots to buy at various times of the year, which carrots to eat raw and which to cook, and what kinds you might try growing yourself. Unfortunately, since grocery stores rarely provide information about produce varieties, I'm not sure when I'll be able to use this infomation.

I learned that carrots might be considered an early genetically modified food. They have been modified in color, taste, size, and s...more
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