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Drug slang A regional term for marijuana
Nutrition A cruciferous plant—Brassica oleracea—which resembles cauliflower. High dietary consumption of cruciferous vegetables is thought to reduce the incidence of colorectal carcinoma

broccoli

brassicaoleracea var. italica.
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Vitamin C is found in peppers (Yellow Bell Peppers), guavas, dark green leafy vegetables, kiwi, brocolli, strawberries, citrus fruits (oranges), cooked tomatoes, peas and papaya, to name a few.
Tenderstem brocolli - a vegetable I find tedious - was a revelation for it came vibrant green and flavoursome.
Broccoli (Brassica oleracea) PLANT enough varieties, and brocolli can be harvested for around 10 months of the year.
Other quiches include smoked salmon and cream cheese, Perl Las and brocolli and a breakfast version with mushrooms and Edwards of Conwy sausages.
Elsewhere, the moral overtones were a lot easier to identify in Jamie Oliver's latest attempt to get us off burgers and into brocolli.
So I did three weeks of eating chicken and brocolli and working out for two hours a day.
My friend Roz had black pepper sirloin steak which was cooked with onions and peppers and served in a black pepper sauce with brocolli.
The menu read well, with such choices as chicken liver parfait, soup of the day (cauliflower and brocolli - sic), Dover sole, duck, lamb, fillet of beef Rossini with truffle jus, but I tend to get concerned when there are so many options.
My oldest daughter will make her brocolli rice dish and pimento cheese sandwiches.
Experts spell out their positions to Lindesay Irvine: Test yourself:Accomodating Brocolli In The Cemetary includes several exercises to test your orthographic prowess against some of the English language's trickier words.
His Accomodating Brocolli in the Cemetary highlights common spelling mistakes, including the three in the book's title, and explains how they happen.
There have been trials in Italy and Spain with stone fruit, citrus and brocolli.