Grate carrots for good health

01/20/2009 | NYTimes.com

Recipes that start with grated carrots include one salad with lemon juice, white-wine vinegar and mustard, and another with buttermilk and cumin seeds. Carrots are rich in fiber and nutrients, including carotenoids, which are converted to vitamin A in the liver.

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