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A head of broccoflower

Broccoflower refers to two cultivated varieties of Brassica oleracea. The first variety resembles a traditional cauliflower, but with light green flesh. The second variety is known as romanesco broccoli, and it has a bright yellow-green appearance with spiky florets growing in fractal patterns. Both taste more like cauliflower than broccoli and are generally served steamed or lightly boiled.

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