When I was little I loved it of all the veggies. Used to pretend I was a Dinosaur and was eating the trees. Lol And carrot if it was cut length ways I imagined it was logs of wood! LMAO I had a very strong imagination
Raw broccoli is excellent! The florets are great with a dip (greek yogurt with soy sauce, garlic, and olive oil is my fave) or in a salad; shred the stems in a salad shooter and they’re lovely added to a salad or in cole slaw. When cooked I prefer florets lightly steamed then hit with butter, salt, and pepper — no objection to cheese, just not my favorite.
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And to keep it on-topic: I love broccoli, but not raw
Cauliflower on the other hand tastes good raw with a nice dip.
BUT did you know all these veggies have little worms?
Soak them in warm, salty water and see afterwards what crawled out of your broccoli YUM
gee, fond memories of good ole broccoli. A strange one from my jr hi home ec sewing class. I’d be going a mile a minute with the power Singer sewing machine only to discover at the end of seam that the bobbin thread once again went haywire and formed a puffy set of loose loops in a big clump. My teacher said “Oh, you’ve made broccoli again” turing over my project to inspect it. Funny thing is that teacher never explained or showed me why the seams would broccoli. I still don’t know why. But I still like steamed (not seamed) broccoli with a bit of real buddah and a drift of salt. Buddah buds do not make it.