Few foods are as divisive as the brussel sprout. A staple of late fall food, this small green delight is often left behind on our holiday plates. The stereotype of the bland, bad-smelling vegetable may leave a sour taste in your mouth, but, when properly prepared, brussel sprouts are a delicious addition to any meal.
These little veggies are from the same family as cabbages, hence their appearance and similar taste. Brussel sprouts are high in Vitamin K and Vitamin C, which is important this time of year. As everyone is getting sick, Vitamin C is an antioxidant, which can help promote immune health.
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