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  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
  • NEW SEASONS FRESH HARVESTED WASHED OHAKUNE CARROTS  750 Gram Bag
Price: $3.50 $3.00
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Brand: Kim's Carrots
Product Code: VCarrotsOHAKUNE750GRAMS
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Sweet tasting Ohakune Carrots, with a greater natural sweetness

Naturally grown, minimal sprays used

Carrots cooked whole, then cut up, are noticeably sweeter than if they are cut up first.
 
Cooking carrots is simple, just wash, peel & cut into any shape before boiling, steaming, stir-frying, roasting,barbecued, braised, pureeing or even frying with a little honey

For boiling carrots, it is best to boil them for 12-15 minutes. 

6 - 8 minutes to steam carrots that are sliced 1/2cm thick.

Carrots are full of sulfur & glutathione which helps in the detoxification process, especially when eaten raw.

A raw carrot is a great alternative to fruit
 

Grown by Kim Young & Sons in Ohakune
 
Three generations of Youngs have produced carrots from Mt Ruapehu's volcanic soils using its natural pest control, cold ground storage, snow melt water, & rich fertile earth.

 

It began in the 1950's when Kim Young bought a farm at Rangataua & grew his own crops. Now his three sons & two grandsons, by planning together, making effective decisions, & working l-o-n-g hours using only their own hands, have fulfilled Kim's vision of the family growing, harvesting & packing tonnes of really tasty, export quality carrots.

Carrots should be eaten both raw & cooked.

Roasting brings out the sweetness in carrots, which works well with savoury flavours. Cut carrots into large chunks & roast with olive oil, cumin & cinnamon. Once cooked, toss them with raisins & parsley.

Grate & add them to stir-fries, bolognese sauce or pasta bake. Steam carrots & mix them through mashed potato.

Transform carrots into an exotic, boldly flavoured Moroccan side dish by braising them with mint, cinnamon, garlic, red pepper, coriander, honey & lemon.


Buy carrots without the greenery still on them, otherwise those pretty leafy tops will act like nutrient vampires sucking out the vitamins & moisture before you can eat the carrots.

Carrots pair well with mild or strong flavours... use spices like; cinnamon, cumin, coriander, ginger, nutmeg & paprika, along with herbs: dill, fennel, parsley, rosemary, sage, thyme, basil & garlic


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Do you want beautiful skin? Be sure to eat your carrots...

 

Nutrition Information
Serving size: 1 carrot - 100g
  Average
Quantity
per serving 
% Daily
intake per
serve 
Average
Quantity
per 100g 
 
Energy (kJ/Cal) 106/25 1% 106/25  
Protein (g) 0.6 1%  0.6  
Fat, total (g) 0.4 0.6% 0.4  
 - saturated (g) 0.1 0.4% 0.1  
Carbohydrate (g) 3.5 1% 3.5  
 - sugars (g) 3.3 4% 3.3  
Dietary fibre (g) 2.7 9% 2.7 Contains Dietary Fibre
Sodium (mg) 33 1% 33  
Vitamin A Equiv. (µg) 1000 133% RDI* 1000 A good source of Vitamin A Equiv.
Vitamin C (mg) 5.9 15% RDI* 5.9 A source of Vitamin C
Niacin 1 10% RDI* 1 A source of Niacin
Potassium (mg) 230   230 Contains Potassium
Vitamin B6 (mg) 0.14 9% RDI* 0.14  
Folate (µg) 17 9% RDI* 17  

Percentage Daily Intakes are based on an average adult diet of 8700 kJ 
Your daily Intakes may be higher or lower depending on your energy needs. 
*Recommended Dietary Intake (Average Adult)

Source: The Concise New Zealand Food Composition Tables, 10th Edition, Plant & Food Research - 2014

 

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