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Cruciferous vegetables are being researched for their cancer-inhibiting phytochemicals1  and are getting a lot of media coverage. The key is getting people to eat them! We e-mailed health professionals and serious cooks with one simple question: how do you like to fix cruciferous vegetables at home. We listed: broccoli,...
 
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In a five-a-day rut with the same old banana for breakfast, apple for lunch and green beans for dinner? Cooking greens will surprise you with their versatility and nutritional pedigree! Cooking greens have bold flavor and impressive nutrients including: beta carotene, vitamin C, iron and calcium. While these can...