The noble carrot has long been known as an orange vegetable.
Generations of people in the West have grown up believing that carrots are always orange, but as long ago as
2000 BC temple drawings from Egypt show a plant believed to be a purple carrot.
Sweet, tender Purple Haze carrots sport a vivid maroon exterior and a rich orange interior.
The Carrot Purple is a very versatile vegetable and can be used in a myriad of savory and sweet dishes, mostly
very healthy eating and good alternatives to stodgy.
It can be used as a starter, main course, sweet or just as a snack.
Carrots may be eaten raw or cooked in almost any manner imaginable.
Purple carrots display all of the health benefits of the orange carrots we are familiar with including better vision,
brighter skin, and are a great source of Vitamin A.
The beta-carotenes and photochemical in carrots have proven to reduce cancer risks.