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A family favourite! Add some broccoli to your day, any way you want! Steam it, roast it, add it to a quiche or salad, or simply eat it raw. Broccoli is simply prepared, unpretentious, ultra-nutritious, and delicious!

It is very common to see a purple tinge on the broccoli, particularly local broccoli. This is not a sign of rot or sprouting, the colour comes from anthocyanin, the same compound that colours other purple veggies (red cabbage, red beets, eggplant, etc.). Depending upon the size of the broccoli head, this may come bunched or as a single crown, with or without the stem.