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Add all the vegetables (bell peppers through garlic) and sauté just until the broccoli begins to brighten, 3–5 minutes.
Put the broccoli florets on another large baking sheet.
Below are a few of my favorite examples of recipe-less dinners that are more interesting than, say, a piece of meat with a scoop of rice and a pile of broccoli.
Most obviously, however, the apples shine and the broccoli beckons.
Try growing kohlrabi, whose crunchy round orbs are in the same family as cabbage and broccoli.
Just like apples, carrots, bananas, and broccoli, blueberries are perfectly fine for pups to consume, but should always be served in small, easy-to-eat pieces.
Its caterpillars munch cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli, cabbage, brussels sprouts and radishes, doing some $5 billion in crop damage each year, Eric Niler reports for Wired.
While the broccoli is boiling, place a colander inside a bowl.
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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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