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Kale, broccoli, onions, pomegranate, carrots and spinach are easy to grow.
Hello, garlic-scape pesto, broccoli-stem slaw, and beet greens.
The vegetables from the boiling pot include corn, potatoes, mushrooms, broccoli and green beans.
Serve the combination with fresh broccoli and whole-grain rolls.
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The signature dish also came with rosemary cauliflower rice, lettuce, tofu, steamed broccoli, shredded carrots and beets.
For calcium, consider cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, which Morse says is a more viable source of calcium (and easier to digest) than cow’s milk.
In response, Meijer has recalled several dozen products, including broccoli, cauliflower and asparagus, that were sold in six states: Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Wisconsin.
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A fast-growing, upright, branched, annual plant, broccoli bears dense green clusters of edible flower buds. Native to the eastern Mediterranean and Asia Minor, it was introduced to the US probably in colonial times. Broccoli thrives in moderate to cool climates. Its flavor resembles that of cabbage but is somewhat milder. It is one of the most broadly nutritious of all common vegetables and is a plant that is closely related to cabbage in the mustard family.
Origin and Etymology of broccoli
First Known Use: 1699See Words from the same year
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