Not only are beets, turnips, rutabagas and carrots some of the oldest root vegetables, but the art of roasting itself is also probably the first method that humans ever used to cook a meal.

As a kid, my mother might have persuaded me to eat a carrot, but only if it was peeled and raw and I was distracted by the allure of running out to play.  

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