Saturday, October 18, 2014

low in carbs, fully half your vitamin C

Cypriots were eating cauliflower in 400 b.c.
Syria has been growing it since about the time of Christ.

It was mentioned in Arab botanist writings in the 12th and 13th centuries.

Italy brought it to France in the 1500’s.

Louis the Fourteenth loved it about a century after that.

The white one is the most common.

The orange one is richer in Vitamin A.

The purple one is especially good for antioxidants, also found in red cabbage and red wine.

But the spiky, green one is a hybrid. 

White cauliflower is the Mother.

Modern botanists have identified the father.

Bi-racial children are beautiful! 


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