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Is zanahoria amarilla vegan?

Zanahoria amarilla is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is zanahoria amarilla?

Zanahoria amarilla, also known as yellow carrot, is a vibrant root vegetable that belongs to the Apiaceae family. This unique variety of carrot is distinguished by its bright yellow flesh and skin, which is a result of its high concentration of carotenoids. With a slightly sweet and earthy flavor, zanahoria amarilla is a versatile ingredient that can be enjoyed raw, roasted, or sautéed. It is also a great source of vitamin A, fiber, and antioxidants, making it a nutritious addition to any dish. Whether grated into salads or pureed into soups, zanahoria amarilla adds a pop of color and flavor to any meal.

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