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Dont Give Me No Broccoli And Tell Me Its Greens (What Happened To Our Rythm) - Various - Panther - The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Vudozahn says:
    Broccoli is super high in antioxidant content. Broccoli sprouts are 50 times higher. God only knows about Broccoli Micros, but hey - they have to be way up there! Sprouts, sprouts, micro-greens.
  2. Voodookus says:
    With baby broccoli, pinch the main head when it reaches 1 to inches in size, then harvest the smaller heads that will result once they reach 6 to 7 inches long. Storage: Refrigerate unwashed heads in a loosely closed plastic bag. Never store broccoli in air-tight containers.
  3. Zuk says:
    Sep 25,  · No one wants to eat a big log of broccoli stem. Not even us, the people telling you to eat broccoli stems. We like them best in thin, circular coins or diced for the most pleasant texture.
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  5. Migal says:
    There is No Such Thing as Wild Broccoli. Broccoli is a human innovation, a man-made food, and a result of a mutation selected and cultivated by man throughout history. Known for its green hue and resemblance to a tiny tree, broccoli has been the bane of kid’s existence since it was first introduced in the Mediterranean almost 1, years ago.
  6. Nagul says:
    (6) Eating Broccoli During Pregnancy And Nursing Period. Broccoli is a good source of many nutrients like vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, phytonutrients, etc. and is very beneficial for pregnant and nursing women. The folate in broccoli protects newborn babies from neurological tube defects like spina bifida.
  7. Zulkirg says:
    Mar 09,  · The fiber in broccoli leaves is highly-concentrated, delivering a boost of hydration. Eat up. There are only 31 calories per serving of broccoli leaves. These greens are a good source of lutein, a potent antioxidant that aids vision. There’s no cholesterol in this veggie. One serving of leaves delivers percent of your daily Vitamin C.
  8. Samurisar says:
    Jan 25,  · Jennifer Berman of The New York Times writes that she used to be a major health foods enthusiast, drinking fresh vegetable juices and eating plenty of greens daily. “Imagine my shock, then, at my last physical, when my doctor told me I had hypothyroidism, common in women over 40,” Berman wrote for The New York Times.
  9. Nazshura says:
    Dec 17,  · For various reasons, I didn’t get a chance to cook my broccoli leaves until four days after I’d received them, and I was pleased to see that they hadn’t wilted a bit in the interim.

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