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broccoflower-leaves

Broccoflower may look like green cauliflower but it is actually a natural cross between broccoli and cauliflower. It is slightly sweeter, milder and more tender than cauliflower, with the green colour from broccoli. Originally introduced in the 1980s, broccoflower is only now becoming a more common sight in our grocery stores.

How to Select Broccoflower

Choose a broccoflower that has tightly compact florets with crisp, green leaves. Avoid any with any bruises, brown spots, or soft spots.

How to Store Broccoflower

Store broccoflower tightly wrapped in the fridge for up to 5 days. Avoid washing until right before using.

 

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