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5 Times You Shouldn't Peel Your Carrots


Put the peeler down. Many vital nutrients are contained in the skin of your carrots, and these 5 situations prove peeling isn't necessary!

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When Cooking with Super Fresh Carrots

Super fresh carrots only need a quick rinse and gentle scrub if they've got dirt on them. And even then, carrots stay good when properly stored in the fridge for up to about 3 months. Make sure you remove the green stubble/leaves, which can accelerate the rotting process.

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