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What is the most based veggie and why is it broc?
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Based on what?
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>>16695124
peas>carrot>cabbage>>>>>>>>>>>>broccoli
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>>16695124
It's garbage. Marginally better than demineralised water. Eat green leafs but watch out for oxalates.
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>>16695124
because it has fiber and nutrients and is tasty.
I actually prefer them medium well though for some reason. no crunch
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>>16695134
Are you literally on crack right now? Its one of the most healthy vegetables you can eat.
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>>16695133
>pea, hard to eat, falling everywhere and dont stay in the spoon, good fucking luck with a fork you will be there forever
>carrot, tastes like shit, too hard to chew, WAY too much crunch, again these will take a long time to eat
>cabbage....dont even get me started. disgusting
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>>16695124
>pretends to be a giant/titan eating trees
yeh im thinking based
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>>16695137
Compare it to kale.
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Potato. Versatile, goes with anything, easy to grow and propagate.
>muh nutrients
Don't care. Potato is the correct answer.
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Asparagus. Everyone likes asparagus. The only people who don't like asparagus don't eat vegetables in the first place.
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>>16695161
The stinky urine knocks a few points off asparagus' score.
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>>16695140
I guess if you have parkinsons I can see why peas are hard for you to eat.
Roast carrots. They are not crunchy.
Cabbages are fucking delicious if you actually know how to cook
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>>16695161
Can't be the top veggie because of the >>16695167
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Cauliflower.
>those braps
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>>16695176
>>16695167
>Not enjoy a steamy dank asparagus piss
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>>16695167
Stinky urine wards off predators, anon.
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>>16695128
Ligma balls haha
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i like green beans the best. i eat em raw.
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>>16695124
>>16695137
Spinach mogs broccoli in nutrients so fucking hard that it's hilarious.
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>>16695711
Nice.

>>16695124
Broc is good. So is potatoes, cabbage, zucchini, cauliflower, yams, etc
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>>16695761
offal and fish or meat in general mogs both
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>>16695940
Of course because now you're comparing meats to a vegetable. Animal sources are always better and have more nutrient bioavailability.
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>>16695124
>asks question
>answers it himself
Why even make a thread? Why am I even bothering to comment on it?
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>>16695159
Potatoes aren't veggies
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>>16695167
But that's a bonus feature
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Most of my life I thought broccoli was the healthiest. Now I gotta get in more spinach and kale
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>>16696560
Broccoli is more versatile than kale, and you shouldn't eat spinach all the time because it will inhibit the absorption of minerals in your food
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>>16695976
You're not commenting, this isn't facebook.
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>>16696588
I care more about nutrient density than versatility. These are just a bunch of plants, dude. I just eat them raw next to whatever meat I'm eating. Spinach and kale just stomp broccoli so hard, maybe if the gap between the nutrient density wasn't so huge it wouldn't be a big deal. I have to admit I like chewing on broccoli more tho
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>>16696588
Kale is tasty, should buy some since is is the right time of the year for it. Much better then broccoli.
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>>16695730
burdock? chicory?
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>>16695169
pea soup, especially with diced ham.
any roasted vegetables.
thick slices of cabbage sauteed in bacon fat.

stir fry with all three.
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>>16696638
It isnt?
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>>16696638
Imagine being such a fucking zoomer that you don't even understand the proper usage of the word "comment" outside the context of social media.
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>>16696588
You do know broccoli also has the stuff that inhibits absorption? Some sources put broccoli at medium levels of oxalates. And spinach has a much higher nutrient density in the first place so even if some of it is lost, it evens out.
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>>16698498
>Imagine
The zoom has consumed you too.
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>>16698501
Spinach provides no calcium and iron, and reduced magnesium, zinc, and copper due to oxalates.
https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/24393738/



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