Broccoli All Summer Long

If you have planted a garden and grow broccoli, once you have cut the main head off, leave the plant alone. It will produce side heads of broccoli, quite a bit smaller than the main head, but still just as edible as the main head. I usually have broccoli all summer using this method.

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By Elaine from Belle Plaine, IA

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