It amazes for the perfection of its pyramidal shape. But besides is beauty, it has antioxidant powers and is generally recommended to fight gastritis and ulcers.
It is composed of 92% water and contains a small amount of fibers and proteins. The concentration of mineral salts is also good, including, in particular, potassium, calcium, magnesium and phosphorus.
Among the vitamins contained, we find above all the vitamin C, together with the A and those of the group B.
This vegetable has therapeutic uses such as vermifuge food. The culinary use of Roman broccoli is almost exclusively cooked: boiled, eaten as a side dish, or as an ingredient for soups.