These nutritional superstars that grow on stout stalks have a history that dates back to ancient Rome, though they really took off when grown in the 1600s in an area that's now Belgium.
Brussels Sprouts need a moist environment to stay sweet and crunchy, so keep them sealed in a plastic bag for 3-5 days.
For a delicious salad:
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