Brussels Sprouts. Not just for Golf Practice any more...Rich in Vitamin K and may have anti cancer properties
Although native to the Mediterranean region with other cabbage species, Brussels sprouts first appeared in northern Europe during the fifth century, It's been said (after a few beers,) Vikings used to consider them an aphrodisiac, and the Scot's used them for golf practice...In Brussels they are considered a super food and became popular because they could grow in 45 degree weather. They are rich in vitamin K and are being researched for potential anti cancer properties, they go well with just about anything. They taste really good fried in peanut oil...Served with spare ribs...
Been trucking since 96. My main interest is having a good healthy life.