6- to 8-inch leaves look like radish and white oak leaves
* Excellent source of vitamin A
* Rich in B-complex group of vitamins such as thiamin, riboflavin, niacin, vitamin B-6 (pyridoxine) and pantothenic acid
* Good levels of vitamin C
* Excellent vegetable sources for vitamin-K
There are several varieties of BASIL, but the most popular by far is SWEET BASIL, also referred to as Standard Basil, pictured here. It is a good source of iron and vitamin A.
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Broccoli grows in thick green stalks topped with umbrella-shaped clusters of dark green florets. Look for firm stalks and tightly closed florets. Florets should be blue-green or purplish-green; yellow-green broccoli is older and likely to have a strong flavor and odor. Very wide stems may be to woody to eat.
* Vitamins A, C, K, folate
* cancer-preventing compounds , Fiber
A green cruciferous vegetable. The edible parts are the leaves, buds, and stems. The buds somewhat resemble broccoli, but do not form a large head. In fact, it appears quite “shaggy”. Broccoli Raab, or Rapini, has many spiked leaves that surround clusters of green buds that resemble small heads of broccoli. It is closely related to the turnip and turnip greens. A good source of potassium, calcium, and fiber.