The good stuff
Broccoli leaves are often thrown away or removed, yet they’re an incredible source of vitamin C and beta-carotene – way more than the actual florets. They also contain phytonutrients that aren’t even found in the rest of the vegetable, so take advantage!
How to eat?
Think of this leafy green as an alternative to kale or spinach and cook in a similar way. Steam and mix together with some fried onions for a delicious side dish or add to soups for added goodness.