International Carrot Day is celebrated on April 4 of every year. International Carrot Day is celebrated by all carrot lovers to cherish their favorite vegetable. Carrot is a root vegetable, found mostly in orange color. It is believed to have originated from Persia and was initially cultivated for leaves and seeds. The taproot of the plant is considered to be edible, although the greens are sometimes eaten. Carrots contain alpha- and beta-carotene and also have the right amount of vitamin K and vitamin B6. Carrots help reduce weight, improve vision, prevent cancer, promote healthier skin, and a lot more. They are widely used in many cuisines, like salads, soups, halwa, cakes, pudding, and carrot salads are a tradition in many regional cuisines.

If I have to get into a bikini, then I eat carrot sticks for three days.”- Margot Robbie

History of International Carrot Day

International Carrot Day was founded in 2003 to spread knowledge about carrot and their good traits around the world. The creator of the day remains unknown. Few people suspect the creation of the day was due to massive production and wanted to increase the demand for the vegetable in some ways.

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How to celebrate the day

On the day, take part in one of those carrot parties and other carrot-related festivities. You can observe these parties by wearing a carrot dress or any orange-colored dress. It is also a good idea to dress as a bug bunny. These parties can be organized with a variety of carrot-related dishes like carrot cake, carrot pudding, carrot juice, carrot shots, and many more. Carrot is one of the healthy and versatile vegetables that can be used in cooking. So, on this day, try out new recipes with carrots and share them with your friends and loved ones. Share your thoughts on social media about International Carrot Day by using the hashtags #InternationalCarrotDay or #CarrotDay.

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