Vegetable Cards get kids interested in eating colorful vegetables and shows some of the vegetables available in each color. Kids have fun at the farmer's market, garden, or grocery store finding fresh vegetables in many colors, shapes, and textures. Buy Vegetable Kids in the Garden, write a customer review, and the author will send you the printed cards (in the U.S. requires your address) or sign up for the newsletter and request the cards in PDF format be emailed so you can print them yourself. Email: success@nancyjmiller to request the cards. Please use subject line: Request Vegetable Cards with the same email address you signed up for the newsletter and include your address for mailing cards using the same name as your Amazon comment. Enjoy colorful vegetables!
Purple carrots (usually orange inside) have even more beta carotene than the orange ones we often see in the grocery store. According to the Carrot Museum website they have powerful antioxidants that protect cells and help prevent heart disease and inflammation. The first carrots were purple or white and grown for medicinal purposes—tasty medicine! They originated from Turkey and the Middle East.
Like the purple carrot, a root vegetable with a taproot that reaches deep into the cool soil, purple is the color of royalty and tradition.
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