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I have cooked carrots for many years. Canned, fresh, baby, dehydrated whole sliced and shredded. I have never had the water be even the slightest shade of green. I have cooked them in glass, aluminum, stainless, enameled, and Teflon coated cookware. The only coloration of the water I have ever observed was maybe a slight orange/yellow/ brown appearance, which is from the high carotene content of the carrots. I could only guess that the color may be coming from something else besides the carrots. I just talked to a lady that cooks carrots just about every day and she also has never experienced green water cooking carrots.
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