"I don't like broccoli."
Four simple words that might be the hardest pill to swallow when it comes to eating healthy.
High in vitamins C, K and A, as well as fiber and cancer-fighting phytochemicals, it's no wonder scientists like those at the University of Newcastle have gone so far as to encapsulate all the benefits of the cruciferous vegetable into an actual pill for gag-less ingestion.
But, we're going to let you in on a secret: broccoli can be good - like, really really good - with a bit of summer's dry heat and no coagulating cheese sauce in sight.
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