From Coles Magazing
First cultivated in the 8th Century BC, brocccoi quickly became a dietary staple. In fact, the Ancient Romans loved it so much they declared it the ” Five Freen FIngers of Jupiter”. Over the centuries, broccoli has flourished across the globe and is enjoyed both raw and cooked in a wide rang of cuisines. Broccoli is a powerhouse of good things, including vatamin C, potassium, fubre, phytochemicals and iron. It’s versatile too, as both the flores and the stems can be used. store fresh broccoli loosely wrapped in plastic in the fridge. Don’t wash it before storing it as it will grow mould.