Let me rephrase my question

Discussion in 'Food & Cooking' started by pastachef, Dec 30, 2002.

  1. pastachef

    pastachef

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    What do the rest of you do with extremely strong smelling broccoli? Does the odor mean it's bad? :eek:
     
  2. suzanne

    suzanne

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    Was it kind of yellowish before you cooked it? Was it overcooked? If the first, I would toss it; if the second, make a different veg then and use the broccoli for soup the next day.
     
  3. chef1x

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    Stong smelling broccoli? Good question, but I would say yuk and toss it. The only reason I could think of that it would be strong smelling is that it is freshly plucked from the field or that it is not a good thing..... or maybe your sense of smell is sensitive today:D