Broccoli is in the Brassica genus of plants, which includes
cauliflower and cabbages. Brassicas are known to be
“good for you”. According to The Whole Foods
Companion, by Diane Onstad, the brassicas contain
dithiolthiones, a group of compounds that have anti-
cancer, antioxidant properties; indoles, substances that
protect against breast and colon cancer; sulphur, which
has antibiotic and antiviral characteristics; and lutein and
zeaxanthin, carotenoids that protect from oxidation.  
Truly fresh broccoli, straight from the farm fields – it’s
delicious and good for you, too.

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Broccoli and Sweet Red Pepper Soup

Spanish Broccoli Greens

Veggie-Pasta Casserole

Broccoli Stir-Fry

Broccoli Puree

Cambodian Noodles with Broccoli and Meat

Broccoli Pockets

Roasted Broccoli

Broccoli Freezer Tips

Crunchy Broccoli Slaw