Brussels sprouts

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Brussels sprouts, also called Brussels sprouts (gemmifera Group of Brassica oleracea, its scientific name is Brassica oleracea var. Gemmifera) is a cultivar (especially in winter) of cabbage is characterized by its small diameter (typically 2.5--4 cm in diameter) that resemble tiny cabbages. The name comes from its original place of cultivation, because it is popular in Brussels. It is known for its high content of Vitamin A and C and folic acid. They are also called cabbage, white cabbage,

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