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Brussels Sprouts

Posted on by Tim Livingstone

Brussels Sprouts often get a bad rap and unfortunately many people have bad memories of being forced to eat them as a kid.  The good news is that if they are allowed to freeze in the field, Brussels Sprouts can actually be very good.  We have had the required freeze so we are sending them in the boxes this week.

Even if you still don't like them too much as an adult, it is well worth trying them along with something else.  This picture shows a delicious meal made with Brussels Sprouts and sausage along with rice.

Kirsten likes to chop up bacon and cook/stir fry it with the Brussels for about 20 minutes or until tender.  You can add a little water to the pan if you would like.


We send the Brussels on the stalks so you simply have to pop them off and into the pan.  This helps to keep the sprouts fresher and prevents the cut ends from turning brown.

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