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- 249 recipes
including soups and pickles.
- This 50 page
book will give you new insperation to include Brussels
Sprouts in many different cooking approaches.
- Belong to the
same family as cabbages and named after the Belgian
capital where they are thought to be first cultivated.
- Similar to cabbage in taste, Brussels sprouts have a slightly milder flavor and
denser texture. Nutritionally, they have the same cancer-inhibiting potential as
cabbage and other cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli and cauliflower)
because they contain the nitrogen compounds called indoles and a significant
amount of vitamin C. Brussels sprouts also supply good amounts of folate (folic
acid), potassium, vitamin K, and a small amount of beta-carotene. <Source:
Whole HealthMD .com>