Brassica oleracea L. var. botrytis italica
Brand: PNOS
In a pack:100,0 g
Ex Tax: 7.48€

Broccoli microgreens - Brassica oleracea L. var. botrytis italica.
Who would have thought you could grow broccoli as a nutrient-dense mini-plant for two weeks? This amazing microgreen can be one of the healthiest.
Broccoli as a microgreen is an incredible source of protein, and they are just super delicious. You can use this microgreen in most dishes or just as a nice side dish.
Broccoli grows very simply and quickly. These sprouts are not only delicious but also rich in nutrients. They contain 40 times more micronutrients than their adult counterpart!
Broccoli belongs to the cabbage family (Brassicaceae, genus Brassica). It comes from Italy and has been considered a valuable food product since Roman times. It was even called "Italian asparagus".
The stems and flower buds are eaten both raw and boiled. Since they are not fully grown, they are softer and more tender compared to the adult version.
Broccoli is considered a microgreen when it is 10 to 14 days old in the plant life phase.
Broccoli is a great support for our immune system. It has the same amount of vitamin C as lemons and twice as much as spinach.
Broccoli is also rich in vitamin A, which improves eyesight, is good for the skin and supports many of the body's systems in general.

Broccoli microgreens are one of the easiest to grow.
These superfoods start to lose their nutritional value quickly after harvest. The longer the time between harvesting and eating, the less nutrients are retained in vegetables. So enjoy the fresh ones!

Broccoli sprouts are critical for the prevention and treatment of gastric and duodenal ulcers.
In addition, they are excellent for maintaining the reproductive functions of the body, normalize vision and regulate the functions of the nervous system, take care of the health of the digestive tract, skin and human psyche.
The mineral composition of broccoli sprouts is also saturated, making this product useful for anemia, diseases of the cardiovascular system and musculoskeletal system.
Chlorophyll contained in broccoli sprouts is also notable for its healing effect on the human body. It participates in the processes of hematopoiesis, improving the quality of blood, strengthens the walls of blood vessels, increasing their elasticity, and prevents the deposition of cholesterol plaques, that is, prevents the risk of developing atherosclerosis and related diseases.
Thus, broccoli sprouts are a valuable dietary product with healing properties and are recommended for use for the treatment and prevention of many diseases, and for the overall health of the body.


19 kcal/100 g.
Protein: 1.9 g.
Fat: 0.6 g.
Carbohydrates: 2.6 g.
In addition, sprouted broccoli seeds are rich in carotene, a very high concentration of vitamin C, in addition, they contain vitamins (A, B1, B2, B5, B6, PP, E, K, U), fiber, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, sodium, phosphorus, iodine, acids, iron, sulfur and zinc. As well as folic acid, methionine, thiamine, choline, riboflavin, beta-carotene and a chemical compound - sulforaphane. Broccoli is very rich in nutrients - it contains more protein than any other type of cabbage.

Eng.: Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli. Suom.: Parsakaali. Sven.: Broccoli. Bot.: Brassica oleracea L. convar. botrytis (L.) Alef. var. cymosa Duch. incl. var. italica.

You can use broccoli microgreens in a wide variety of dishes.
Eat raw and place it on a sandwich, soup, salads, or just as a pretty decoration.
If you don't want to eat it raw, you can steam it or fry it.
When you cook broccoli over very low heat for only about 5 minutes, all the nutrients will be retained.

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