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Edible green plant in the cabbage family Website

Approval Rate: 75%

75%Approval ratio

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    Fri Jun 05 2009

    ... best raw in a spinach salad, also steamed w/onions, salt, & pasta or rice with shrimp or scallops

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    Wed May 27 2009

    Good with melted cheese on top!

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    Fri May 22 2009

    I don't know why, but actually like broccoli.

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    Wed May 13 2009

    I didn't use to like broccoli, but I found if you don't overcook it, it's pretty good, and the vitamin content is still there.

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    Mon Apr 27 2009

    yummy!! especially steamed

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    Mon Apr 20 2009

    I always liked broccoli. Goes with melted cheddar cheese like a ball and glove.

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    Thu Aug 07 2008

    steamed with cheese on it

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    Tue Aug 05 2008

    its really the fountain of youth... i swear!!

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    Mon Aug 04 2008

    love the tree tops

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    Sun Aug 03 2008

    good w/cheese

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    Fri Aug 01 2008

    very good cooked or raw

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    Thu Jul 31 2008

    Probably my favorite cooked vegetable. Just make sure the stems are fully cooked.

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    Wed Jul 30 2008

    Only the flower please

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    Sun Jul 27 2008

    Good when cooked, yucky when raw

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    Thu Jul 24 2008

    with cheese...{{giggle}}

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    Tue Jul 22 2008

    only if cooked

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    Tue Jul 22 2008

    you know...I was one of those kids who tried to hide my broccoli in whatever i could find....but i like it now!

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    Mon Jul 21 2008

    Delicious and high in fiber.

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    Mon Jul 21 2008

    LOVE IT!!!!

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    Sun Nov 11 2007

    Hate em. Totally uncool unless smaller than a quarter and steamed.

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    Tue Jan 31 2006

    Broccoli is alright if it is eaten raw, but I don't care for it when it is cooked.

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    Mon Jan 30 2006

    Dry, it is tasteless and difficult to eat. Soaked (and perhaps with a bit of salt), it's wonderful, not to mention extremely nutritious.

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    Sun Jun 12 2005

    my friend got her son to eat these by telling him they were little trees

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    Tue Apr 19 2005

    Love this anyway you cook it-or don't

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    Mon Sep 06 2004

    Especially good with a little bit of butter, and maybe some cheese.

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    Sun Sep 05 2004

    Mmmm . . . . ever have broccoli and cheese soup? That stuff is awesome! I like broccoli, it's good just nuked with a little bit of butter. I even eat a little bit raw with my salads on occasion, but only in small quantities.

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    Thu Jul 29 2004

    Broccoli tastes BAD!!!!!!

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    Wed Aug 20 2003

    broccoli is good with melted cheese and is also very good for you!

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    Wed Jul 16 2003

    Nothing (well, almost nothing) beats broccoli in cheddar cheese sauce..... absolutely and positively scrumptious!

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    Mon Jun 23 2003

    Of all the vgetables out there, broccoli is one of the best. It has a nice texture, and is very healthy. I don't know why people dump on it so much. I don't like broccoli with cheese, but I do like cooked broccoli a lot.

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    Wed May 21 2003

    How can anyone stomach this horrible-looking, incredibly-stinky vegetable? Sure, it's "healthy", but you can get equal health from vitamins and other supplements. Sure, its a useful weapon if you want to run someone away from your kitchen table and out of your house, but there is no use for it. It's not easy being green, but its even tougher eating green!

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    Sat Jan 18 2003

    Broccoli with cheese on it is great!

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    Sat Jan 05 2002

    Possibly the most disgusting so-called digestive material on earth. It is sickening to attempt to swallow such garbage.

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    Wed Nov 07 2001

    Calling Roger Taylor. Guess what? There ARE things up in space watching us! I mean, where else could broccoli have come from. Last time I ate broccoli, i somehow managed to choke the stuff down without throwing it up. The broccoli turned on me like a rabid hyena. I mean, i seriously felt sick to my stomach. As ellajedlicka puts it, it is the most disgusting, most vile so-called digestive marterial on this planet. I'd rather eat engine oil. I honestly don't care whether it's healthy or not; the thing disagrees with my insides and has gone to war with my tastebuds before. The annoying part is that it always wins. Broccoli=hell. Take care, everyone!

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    Thu Nov 01 2001

    For those who find broccoli a little too strong-tasting but want its nutritional benefits, scoop out a cooked, leftover baked potato a stuff it with this mixture you mix tog. in a bowl: the potato pulp you scooped out, chopped leftover cooked broccoli in small pieces, 1 or 2 cheeses like parmesan and strong cheddar and a little pepper. -You can be creative and other leftovers etc. too. Put it in a hot oven or microwave until cheese is melted and potato is hot all the way through.

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    Tue Oct 23 2001

    Broccoli deserves a "1" for flavor and a "5" for nutrition, so I settled for a "3" overall rating. I really hate the taste and texture of broccoli- both raw and cooked. There is nothing more disgusting than finding overcooked broccoli, flaccid and bitter, on your plate. On the other hand, fresh broccoli adds a lot of interest to a salad or vegetable plate, and I know that broccoli is considered a nutrition powerhouse. I eat broccoli regularly because of the health benefits, but I'm not very happy about it.

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    Wed Oct 10 2001

    I dunno how many of you would know of this trick; put grated parmesan cheese on your broccoli. I've grown up eating it like that, and have never thought much about broccoli's taste. Perhaps it's a little bitter, I've never liked raw broccoli, but I've never understood what people had against this veggie.

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    Wed Oct 03 2001

    Although all vegetables have their healthy attributes, I think of this one as being way into the high end of the "good for you" spectrum. Excellent steamed with lemon and butter, with cheese sauce or raw with a light dip. Personally, I'm a little burnt out with broccoli these days but I still enjoy it occasionally.

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    Wed Oct 03 2001

    I love broccoli, but I find it a bit too bitter on its own. I usually have to put something on it, like butter or cheese.

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    Mon Oct 01 2001

    YUMMY! The best veggie known to man! LOVE it!