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1. One half cup cooked broccoli contains the following nutrients as well as many other trace nutrients and phytochemicals.
2. The crunchiness of the broccoli, sunflower seeds and crisp crumbled bacon make the perfect foil for the mayonnaise-based dressing.
3. Wet broccoli quickly becomes limp and moldy in the refrigerator, so wash it just before using.
4. Since broccoli grows best in cool weather, your garden plan should produce a fall and spring harvest.
5. Store broccoli, unwashed, in loose or perforated plastic bags in the refrigerator if you want it crispy.
6. Broccoli plants grow upright, often reaching a height of 2 1/2 feet.
7. Pack cold broccoli in zip-closure freezer bags or freezer containers.
8. Broccoli is a hardy vegetable of the cabbage family that is high in vitamins A and D.
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1. High temperatures at heading time usually causes premature flowering and consequently reduces the quantity of home-grown broccoli.
2. The best way to cook broccoli is to steam, cook in the microwave or stir-fry with a little broth or water.
3. The center head produced by broccoli is always the largest.
4. Whether you love broccoli or hate it, there is no doubt it is one of the most popular vegetables around.