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  • The two head of brocolli is just about one more than I normally would buy for a two week grocery run, but Mason actually adores brocolli cooked and raw, so I suspect we'll be able to eat that up in no time.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • Sinigren is also found in brocolli, another veggie that tastes best when cooked less.

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  • This leaves the brocolli slightly undercooked and ready to be reheated without being mushy for the next meal (microwave or quick steam) OR a nice crunchy addition to salads fully cooked brocolli is too soft.

    Broccoli with Orange & Curry ♥ | A Veggie Venture

  • Since as you point out, the 5-minute steaming time leaves the brocolli slightly undercooked, the quick cooling leaves it ready to be reheated without being mushy for then next meal (microwave or quick steam); also, the slightly undercooked brocolli is a nice crunchy addition to salads, where I find fully cooked brocolli to be slightly too soft ... it keeps really well in a sealed plastic container in the refrigerator, whether seasoned or not ...

    Never-the-Same Steamed Broccoli ♥ | A Veggie Venture

  • I tried leaving her a plate of dill and brocolli, but she turned her twitchy little nose up at my offering and continued munching my garden bits.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • The chard and broad-leaf parsley wilted before I found a use for them, and the last bits of the remaining brocolli head is kind of turning yellow at the tips.

    Day in the Life of an Idiot

  • Then you do 6 years worth of episodes trying to find out what is inside, only to find out it was full of brocolli.

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  • As does cabbage, brocolli and most beans & pulses.

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  • I'm interviewing a leader of a major nonprofit arts organization which I won't divulge here; I try not to mix work with pleasure too much, the same way some children don't let the brocolli touch the chicken.

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  • If countries can make laws enforceable outside of their borders, what stops other countries from arbitrarily forbidding the transport of alcohol or pork or even brocolli?

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