Can You Freeze Carrots?

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Carrots can be frozen if they are fresh, tender, coreless and of medium length. Do not freeze carrots which are old, overripe, limp and dried out. Carrots are the best vegetable sources of vitamin A which is very vital for everyone's eyesight.
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