Broccoli is a cool-season crop. It can withstand late spring frosts. To continuously harvest broccoli, cut stalks off the main plant. Rotate crops to minimize insect problems.
How to Store Broccoli:
Store broccoli in the refrigerator for use within three to five days.
Broccoli is low in fat, saturated fat free, low in sodium, cholesterol free, high in vitamin C, high in folate, a good source of dietary fiber, and a good source of potassium.
A serving size of broccoli is 1 medium stalk (148 grams). One serving of broccoli contains 45 calories.
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