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    Quote Originally Posted by Maijah View Post
    I love broccoli and can eat it by the lb, seasoned with garlix,onion, red pepper seeds, salt/pepper and olive oil. Baked for 25-30 mins @ 375..... excellent
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    I love it, so does the wife. We make it 3x a wk

    good source of green fiber

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    I don't include veggies when counting macros
    I'm alot of shit but fake ain't it...

    THERE IS NO PAIN
    that I cannot and will not fight through.

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    Broccoli and brussel sprouts cooked the same way taste as good as candy to me, I don't understand how you can not like it with some Jasmine rice and lean protein!?
    "You wouldn't know Gains if it was giving you a rim job". -Pillar of balance

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maijah View Post
    Broccoli and brussel sprouts cooked the same way taste as good as candy to me, I don't understand how you can not like it with some Jasmine rice and lean protein!?
    I forgot about Brussels Sprouts. I started eating those last year when they were in season, roasted in the oven with olive oil and garlic. Afterward, I would season them with salt and pepper. When they are back in season, I'm going to hit the local Farmer's Market for some.

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    Brussels Sprouts are ****ing awesome. I cook them on high heat on the grill in a cast iron skillet with olive oil, lemons, salt and pepper. I like to burn them slightly. Could eat them all day every day.

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    I cook my brussels the same way, bomb AF. I'll grate some parmesean and add some balsamic vingarette reduction sauce. Old restauraunt recipe.

    And, yeah, ill still continue to have broccoli as a staple, I just see everywhere as a go to staple.

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    I’ll eat broccoli if it’s there. But prefer something easily digesting like spinach when bulking.


    On a cut broccoli can be useful for feeling full and for the fiber. At least for me.

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    Broccoli is a definitely a great superfood. Nutrient packed. Broccoli sprouts in shakes has a lot of mental benefits as well.
    Know Your Numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lab Lady View Post
    Broccoli is a definitely a great superfood. Nutrient packed. Broccoli sprouts in shakes has a lot of mental benefits as well.
    What qualifies as a superfood
    "Overzealous dosing" -Jin

    Rest in Peace Robot Lord. First round of Natty Boh is on me when I make it up there with you brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PillarofBalance View Post
    What qualifies as a superfood
    must be all the mental benefits.
    I'm alot of shit but fake ain't it...

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    Here we go........LOL
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    That's exaclty how I like my brussels, slightly burnt on edges...yummy!

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