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گاجر کا رنگ پیلا، سفید اور جامنی بھی ہوتا ہے

آج میں نے ایک جگہ پڑھا کے گاجر کا رنگ پہلے نارنجی نہیں ہوتا تھا بلکے وہ سفید، جامنی یا پیلے رنگ کی ہوتی تھیں۔ یہ نارنجی رنگ کی گاجریں تو ۱۵۰۰ کی آخری دہای میں ڈچ کسانوں نے اگانا شروع کیں ’ولیم دا اورنج‘ کی یاد میں جس نے ان لوگوں کو اسپین کے خلاف فتح دلوای تھی۔

Quote:A town in Southern France, Arausio, founded by the Romans in 35 BC, was classically pronounced "Aurenja." Predictably, that became "orange" once the French conflated naranj with or. When a man named William the Silent from Nassau inherited the rule in Orange in 1544, he became William of Orange. He led the Dutch in Revolt against the Spanish in the late 1500s, and they eventually won their independence in the form of the Dutch Republic.

"Back then the Dutch were known as carrot farmers," Stepahin continued. "You could get their carrots in white or yellow or purple. Then in the 17th century a breed of carrot was developed that had a lot of beta-Carotene and was orange. And the Dutch started growing this in great abundance in tribute to William of Orange to such a degree that almost all other forms of carrot had gone out of mass agricultural this very roundabout way our carrots are orange because our oranges are orange, and they've been that way for political reasons."

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Is there a nutritional difference between these carrots?
Each color has different nutritional contents making them useful for preempting certain conditions. More important question is, do they taste different? And the answer is yes. Orange and purple ones more sweeter than white ones.
Growing carrots in rich soil with lots of compost and in depleted soil with chemical fertilizers also makes difference in their taste.
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