September 23, 2012 12:00 AM

Washington tops for carrots

It is difficult to think of a vegetable more ubiquitous than the carrot. We eat them fresh and drink them as juice. We slice, dice, cube and julienne them. We purée them to make soups and sauces. We steam, boil and roast them. We eat them before we have teeth — and after.

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