Brussels sprout

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Brussels sprout

1. a variety of cabbage, Brassica oleracea gemmifera, having a stout stem studded with budlike heads of tightly folded leaves, resembling tiny cabbages
2. the head of this plant, eaten as a vegetable
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That is followed by a roast turkey dinner with sage and onion stuffing, cranberry sauce and roast gravy with parsley potatoes and roast potatoes with carrots and Brussel sprouts.
As the story develops we are frequently reminded that the little girl will only eat toast she will not touch cheese, or peas, brussel sprouts, cucumber, broccoli or squash, let alone a sausage or chop.
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Sienna Mercer did an excellent job of showing how even vampires can be good guys if you don't treat them like Brussel sprouts.
News that broccoli and brussel sprouts cause cancer?
Spinach, cantaloupes, brussel sprouts, mushrooms, oranges, grapefruits, and bananas are especially rich in potassium.
For many of us, a mouthful of brussel sprouts or cabbage awakens vibrant childhood memories of 'eat them or you'll get no dessert
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So I made sure I eat plenty of Brussel sprouts and cut back a little on the puddings.
Superior's Oxnard facility processes fresh leafy vegetables, broccoli and brussel sprouts, bringing them down from field temperature before shipping them.
as a kid, you'd push away that ugly plate of brussel sprouts and your mother would bark at you to eat-up, on behalf of the thousands of starving children in Asia "who'd love to eat them.
Only in recent years have I learned to enjoy Brussel sprouts.