Island Yellow Carrot

Children loves the sweet "Island Yellow Carrot"
Island Yellow Carrot
The heat-tolerant carrot that is only grown in Okinawa, grows thin and about 30cm to 40cm long. It is sweeter than the standard carrot and the yellowish color gives extra color to the dish. The sweetness and the color are the reasons why the Island Yellow Carrot is used frequently as an ingredient of stir-fry and simmered cuisine.
The season for Yellow Island Carrot is from November to the beginning of March, thus people living in Okinawa knows the winter is coming by seeing it at the market, in the same way, they know the spring is coming because they don't see it anymore.

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