Known as cime de rapa in Italy, this turnip relative has small floretes, large leaves, and is generally eaten
as a whole plant. Low in calories and sodium, this slightly bitter, mustardy green is rich in calcium,
vitamins C, A, and B2, phosphorus, folate, protein, and fiber. It is great braised or sautéed, in soufflés or
casseroles, or in a pizza recipe.
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Broccoli Raab Polenta
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