(Q) Do carrots carry this Vitamin B? Does it make any difference whether they are raw or cooked?
(A) They do. If cooked, be sure they are cooked in their own juices to preserve the greater portion of same, but there’s quite a variation as to that that is released for digestive forces by being cooked. There are periods when they are better assimilated cooked than raw, but the juices are the source of the vitamin – and that, of course, close to the skin.