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Whether you pop them in your oven or roast them with a drizzle of olive oil, balsamic vinegar, or even maple syrup, Brussels sprouts are a crunchy, flavor-packed alternative to meat.

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Resembling miniature cabbages, Brussels sprouts are most commonly cooked by sautéing, steaming, grilling, stir frying, or roasting them. Overcooking them should be avoided, though, as it not only can result in off flavors and odors, but also can cause them to lose their vibrant green color. They’re also a great source of vitamins C and K, as well as folic acid and manganese.

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