Can cauliflower and broccoli be eaten at passover?
Broccoli has more vitamins than cauliflower, broccoli grows flowers, broccoli is green and cauliflower is white.
Answer: Broc-cauliflower or Broccoli-flower! Why?: Coli and Cauli! Broccoli and Cauliflower are both vegetables and they look alike!
Cauliflower is a cousin of the broccoli
There are 1.8g of carbohydrates in broccoli and 3.0g of carbohydrates in cauliflower per 100g.
Yes. Broccoli was developed from the cauliflower plant in Italy lots of years ago.
Yes, the cauliflower is a vegetable, as is broccoli.
Broccoli was adapted in Italy from the vegetable, cauliflower, by the Broccoli family.
Cauliflower has closely tight masses that are together on stems. With broccoli, these flower masses are more loosely distributed so you can see each space between stalks. Broccoli can be described as looking like trees, while cauliflower can be described as looking like a cumulus cloud. Cauliflower is white in colour with green leaves surrounding it. Broccoli can be dark green or have a purple streak through it. Cauliflower has slightly fewer calories in the… Read More
That will depend on whether the broccoli and the cauliflower are cooked or raw. For the calorie content of broccoli cooked, and cauliflower both cooked and raw, please see the page links, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
Green cauliflower is the meaning of broccoli in Telugu.
Cauliflower with cheese.
1) Calabrese Broccoli 2) Sprouting Broccoli 3) Purple Cauliflower (yes, that is a kind of broccoli). Not included are Rapini (a.k.a. Broccoli Raab, which is actually a kind of turnip); Kai Lan (Chinese Broccoli, which is a leafy plant); and Romanesco Broccoli, which is an edible flower sometimes considered a kind of cauliflower.
Broccoli and cabbage.
There are purple varieties of broccoli, just as there is purple cauliflower
lamb was eaten as the passover meal
yes they mostly eat broccoli and cauliflower
Broccoli is fine for Passover. However, some groups do not allow broccoli year round because of the difficulty of making sure there are no bugs in the florets. There are brands of hechshered frozen broccoli on the market though.
Broccoli and cauliflower each have about 25 calories per cup, so 2 cups is 50 calories.
broccoli is not a hybrid.it is a wild cabbage grown rich in vitamin A
Malayam often uses the word for cauliflower, "kooliflower", in place of broccoli.
This would depend on several factors, such as how much broccoli and cauliflower you use, and the serving size (1/2 cup, 1 cup, etc.)
They are both varieties of 'brassica'
When you serve it on the plate.
Answer: isn't the flower form of broccoli? NO
broccoli, cauliflower, and artichokes
carrot, broccoli, cauliflower, onion
No, but it is related to cabbage and broccoli
broccoli and cauliflower
There is no particular name for broccoli in Malayalam. Sometimes it is referred to using the word for cauliflower.
artichoke is a much more fibrous vegetable compared to broccoli and cauliflower. It has to be peeled and steamed longer than the other two, and the entire petals cannot be consumed.
Unless it is kept warm (135°F and above), cooked broccoli and cauliflower should be unrefrigerated no longer than 2 hours. Less is preferable.
cauliflower, broccoli, celery.
cauliflower and broccoli
They are not flowers, they are vegetables
They are similar vegetables in the 'brassica ' family.
Cauliflower and Broccoli
The word is spelled cauliflower. Cauliflower is a vegetable in the same family of vegetables as broccoli, cabbage and brussel sprouts.
Cauliflower, although white, is considered a green vegetable because it is loosely connected to spinach and broccoli.
Broccoli is a plant like a cauliflower so there is one head that can be broken down into florets.
It depends on the quantity or weight. See the related questions and answers further down this page, for the calories in broccoli, the calories in green beans, the calories in baked beans, and the calories in cauliflower.
Scientific Name: Brassica oleracea var. botrytis Common Name: broccoli; cauliflower Family: Brassicaceae
The answer is................floret!
not quite as much as steven cauliflower :(
Sounds like a good salad.