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The carotenoid pigments are found in fruits such as lemons, oranges, strawberries, and vegetables such as peppers, carrots and sweet potatoes. Similar to chlorophyll, carotenoids are also fat-soluble colorants, which means cooking methods involving the use of fats may also cause leaching of the pigment. As well as leaching, carotenoids can undergo oxidation, which occurs when the carotenoid cells come into direct contact with the air and react with oxygen molecules.

Cook, restaurateur and author Anna Hedworth’s simple, stunning rustic meals are well-worth replicating if you have anyone to impress. The authors would like to acknowledge Linda Davies, Executive Director of the London Community Resource Centre, the agency that hosted Cook It Up! For all cooking components and fieldtrip activities of Cook It Up!

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