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Monday, February 20, 2012

Romanesco Broccoli.

Cantik tak design die???

Tak berape jelas??
haa..meh sy tunjuk lg close up..

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haaa..clear kan...so aper bende nie??..hehe..klu dh ade daun tu tumbuhan la kan..
Ok nie sayur laa..name sayur nie ROMAN CAULI FLOWER @ ROMANESCO BROCCOLI.
Sy pun br 1st time beli tau..sblm nien pernah la nampak dlm majalah, la nie br jumpe n beli di Pasaraya LYC Bukit Sekilau..jakun lor sy nie kan..heh..

dan inilah rupe stlh sy masak....sy campur ngan udang kasi manis2 udang ckit..tp kannn..mmg sedap ler..sy rase lg sedap nie dr broccoli biase tu..

Fakta sayur nie??? adalahh...meh kita bace sambil gulung lidah..haha..in malay x der ek..puas dh sy godeh pak google tu. Lps nie saper yg search bende in malay harus kuar title blog sy nie..


Romanesco broccoli was first documented in Italy (as broccolo romanesco) in the sixteenth century[citation needed]. It is sometimes called broccoflower, but that name is also applied to green-curded cauliflower cultivars.

Romanesco broccoli resembles a cauliflower, but is of a light green color and the inflorescence (the bud) has an approximate self-similar character, with the branched meristems making a logarithmic spiral. In this sense the broccoli's shape approximates a natural fractal; each bud is composed of a series of smaller buds, all arranged in yet another logarithmic spiral. This self-similar pattern continues at several smaller levels.

The vegetable is rich in vitamin C, vitamin K, dietary fiber, and carotenoids.

2 comments:

  1. broccolli + cauliflower..... eh?
    (garu2 kepala)

    hhuhuhuhu

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  2. a'ahh..due2 ade..kacukan kot...

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