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Brussels.Sprout 2019 By Brussels.Sprout
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Sproutie's pout is sure to bring a smile to your face every day in 2019! Enjoy some of our favorite Instagram shots from the last year (including Wilt Pouterson), as well as a few bonus... More > mini-photos. The best part? You're shopping for a cause as we will donate 100% of our profits! 50% will go to the National Brussels Griffon Rescue Association and 50% to the Canine Chiari Institute, to support research on Syringomyelia, a neurological condition Sprout was recently diagnosed with. Griffondly yours, Sproutie< Less
Broccoli and Brussels Sprouts By Agrihortico
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Scientific name of Broccoli is Brassica oleracea var. italic. The edible portion of a broccoli is its immature buds and thick fleshy flower stalk. There are two types of broccoli available in the... More > market: green sprouting broccoli and purple-colored broccoli. Green sprouting broccoli contains a group of green, immature buds and thick fleshy flower stalk forming a head while purple-colored broccoli forms curds and look like cauliflower. Scientific Name of Brussels Sprouts is Brassica oleracea var. Gemmifera. It is a tall- stemmed Cole crop where axillary buds forming in the axis of each leaf are used as vegetables.< Less
Brussels Sprout By Richard Hernaman Allen
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1975. The Secretary of the EEC Commission asks Nick and Rosemary Storey to investigate a discrepancy of nearly £10 million in EEC money used to rationalise coal and steel production in EEC... More > countries. They quickly identify transactions where the Commission has been defrauded and how it was carried out. But the fraudsters seem cautious and cunning, leaving few traces – except the involvement of a small man wearing glasses with very thick lenses and a Chinese pistol in the cupboard of a French-Vietnamese woman working in the area of the Commission where the fraud took place and who has since disappeared. Various leads and assumptions lead them to Vietnamese bankers and a Dutchman working in the Commission, all of whom may be spies. But who the fraudster is and what happens to him are completely unexpected. “Brussels Sprout” is the ninth book published in a series of detective stories mostly set in Customs & Excise by Richard Hernaman Allen, a former Commissioner.< Less
Pinky the Rat at the Brussels Sprout Museum By Tom Parsons
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Two kids and their smart aleck pet rat stumble across the Brussels Sprout Museum. “It might as well be a museum about homework,” they complain. They find a door marked DO NOT GO IN... More > HERE .... They end up in a place of wildest dreams, and of mystery. How will they react? How will they get back home, or do they want to? Will they ever find the mysterious Mildred?< Less
Growing Kale Leaves, Brussels Sprouts and Celery By Roby Jose Ciju
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Kale leaves and Brussels sprouts are a group of nutrient-dense Cruciferous (brassica) vegetables. Some recent scientific researches conducted at the William Paterson University, New Jersey concluded... More > that Cruciferous vegetables and dark leafy greens are the most nutrient-dense, plant-based foods available today. This small book explains in detail growing practices, health benefits, food preparations, and nutrient information of kale and brussels sprouts, along with that of celery, another nutrient-dense food.< Less
The "People Power" Food Superbook: Book 2. Healthy Food (Health - Organic Foods, Juicing, Sprouts, Vitamins, Minerals, Amino Acids, Healing Salts, Bee Foods) By Tony Kelbrat
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Good foods are mostly natural foods. Bad foods are processed foods. Here are some types of food, good and bad: Grains are good if they're not refined, bleached or sweetened; barley, corn, millet,... More > rice, rye, sorghum, wheat. Raw vegetables are best. Properly cooked vegetables retain some of their nutrients; asparagus, celery, leek, peppers, yam artichoke, chives, lentils, potato, zucchini, beans, collards, lettuce, rutabaga, beets, cucumbers, mushrooms, spinach, beet, greens, dandelion, greens, mustard, greens, squash, broccoli, egg, plant, okra, sweet, potato, brussels, sprout, endives, onion, turnip, cabbage, garlic, parsley, turnip, greens, cauliflower, kale, peas, watercress. Fresh fruits are good raw with the skin on; apple, apricot, avocado, banana, berry, cantaloupe, cherry, currant, fig, grape, grapefruit, honeydew, lemon, lime, nectarine, orange, papaya, peach, pear, pineapple, plum, rhubarb, tangerine, tomato, watermelon.< Less
Hanny G's Flamingo Poetry Collection By Hanny G
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Lazy pigeons, lost sparrows, brussel sprout fairies and flamboyant characters, all found in the pages of my first poetry collection. Some of my favourite poems and exciting characters are... More > within these pages. I hope you are prepared for the fun and the ludicrous! Please enjoy! Hanny G< Less
The Girl Who Wouldn't Eat Her Vegetables By Linda Warner
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A little girl learns a valuable lesson.
Hanny G's Christmas Collection By Hanny G
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Christmas Elves, Knitted Snowmen, North Pole Politics… Poetry that is Controversial and enlightening. Truths of the running of the North Pole, and obnoxious houses getting prepared for... More > Christmas Please Enjoy and Merry Christmas! Hanny G< Less
Brassica Vegetables: Growing Practices and Nutritional Information By Roby Jose Ciju
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This is a small book about all popular brassica vegetables, namely cabbage, cauliflower, chinese cabbage, broccoli, brussels sprouts, kale, kohlrabi, collard greens, and more. Brassica vegetables are... More > also known as cole crops, crucifers, and cruciferous vegetables. They belong to the genus Brassica and family Brassicaceae, the mustard family. This book explains in detail growing practices, nutritional information, health benefits, and popular food preparations of these brassica vegetables. Recent scientific researches about 'Nutrient-Density in Plant-Based Foods' reveal that dark leafy vegetables and brassica vegetables are one of the nutrient-dense, plant-based foods available to us today.< Less

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