Old Fool shared his picture of "Brussels sprouts" yesterday, (Old Fool and SWAMBO, I stole your picture but I'm giving you credit with this link, OK?) it has been on my mind to investigate just how they are grown. (I have grown them once, but the bugs got ahead of me and I know I need more instruction). I haven't investigated that yet,
"Brussels sprouts, as with broccoli and other brassicas, contains sulforaphane, a chemical believed to have potent anticancer properties. Although boiling reduces the level of the anticancer compounds, steaming, microwaving, and stir frying does not result in significant loss.
Brussels sprouts and other brassicas are also a source of indole-3-carbinol, a chemical which boosts DNA repair in cells and appears to block the growth of cancer cells."
I happen to love Brussels Sprouts. My mother used to cook them for herself and then call the girl (my age/friend) up the street to come eat them with her. She was the only one my mother knew that liked them and I guess she didn't want to eat alone. I don't know if that had any influence on me finding my way to them or not (jealousy); but I can now make a meal out of them just steaming and adding my favorite "food" mayonnaise on the side for a dip.
I wanted to know about aluminum cans as a roofing material because I saw them used on a "tiny house" or shed somewhere along the way.
Architect Richard Van Os Keuls.
I guess I will stop yelling at the cars that go by and throw aluminum cans along the side of my street and into my yard.