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Belgian White
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Botanical name Daucus carota
Variations None
Availability All year
Days to maturity 85-90
Taste Mild
Texture Tender
Root White with green shoulder
Flesh White
Height 30-60 cm.

Site Unspecified
Care Unspecified
Harvest Winter

Recipes Recipes with Belgian White
Farming guide Belgian White farming guide
Gallery Pictures of Belgian White

Belgian White is a carrot.

History[]

Belgian White was first introduced in 1839, by Henri Vilmorin, and was originally prefered over the orange carrot.

Geography[]

It is unknown where Belgian White originally is from, however Belgium or France are very likely.

Belgian White is a western carrot.

Description[]

Belgian White has long, white roots. They have a sharp end, with light-green shoulders.

Taste[]

Belgian White has a mild flavor. It has a tender texture and is almost coreless.

Applications[]

Due to its mild flavor, Belgian White is great for vegetable soups and nearly all dishes with carrots.

Variations[]

There is no known variations of Belgian White.

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