100 thoughts on “Flashback Friday: Second Strategy to Cooking Broccoli”

  1. I like raw broccoli and raw brussel sprouts and understand if i chop them first and eat them 45 minutes later with a pinch of mustard is healthier….but now im confused , is he saying to chop, wait 45 min, then cook them is even healthier ?

  2. Would prepared mustard not work because it's probably heated during processing? Just cooked a lot of cabbage and no mustard powder in the house 😊. Guess I could add some chopped raw red cabbage to the cooked til I get to the store. SUPER video, thank you!!

  3. i prefer raw broccoli. i only microwave the lower part of the stem to soften it up. i make raw broccoli chips with the rest of the stem and the flower i eat as is.

  4. Noticed at 4:46 it says raw or slightly cooked mustard seeds. This makes me wonder if the mustard powder in the grocery store is possibly fully cooked or roasted therefore will not work…..?

  5. how about sprouted broccoli? rhonda patrick says sprouted broccoli have more sulforaphane, 2 teaspoons a day (i've seen this in joe rogan podcast)

  6. Does Dijon mustard do the trick? I leave in France, and though we don't have mustard powder, we do have plenty of Dijon mustard power 🙂

  7. I have one question about blood viscosity and blood pressure. How does one ketogenic diet affect the blood's viscosity relative to a plant-based low-fat diet? If the blood becomes thicker by one ketose diet, should the load on the heart be higher than one low fat plant based diet? If my grammar is bad it is because I am Norwegian 🙂

  8. At lunch time, I often make my broccoli from a frozen format. I steam them in a bag in the micro. And thought that was a good source of nourishment.

    Thank you for the info, Dr. Greger. And for the nourishment upgrade.

  9. Does it work if you just break the florets off by hand and leave them, or do they need to be sliced or cut up more?

    Thanks. Peace.

  10. I love mustard powder. I always add some to vegan cheese sauce as I find it improves the complexity of the sauce.

  11. This video couldn't have been better at timing cause I have broccoli in the fridge and now I'm adding ground mustard seeds to my shopping list this week (:

  12. Muchas gracias por subtitular a otros idiomas las grabaciones. Yo no sé inglés y puedo disfrutar de ellas. Y gracias también por esta estrategia de poner mostaza al brócoli.

  13. So what about freezing fresh organic kale myself, without cooking, would it still be bioavailable, the anticancerous effects?

  14. i've been blending my broccoli since 3 years now 30 to 40 min before i add it to my soup 😀
    you can taste the difference and if you don't like it you can mask that taste (sulforaphane) by adding belended (in a bullet blender) pumpkin seeds and add that to the soup wen it's just warm (don't boil) 😉

  15. Another idea. Buying fresh broccoli and freezing it. The cells should break open mixing the enzyme more efficiently than you can do with a knife or your teeth.

  16. question, so does the precursor also have to be in raw form? i was wondering if just adding regular mustard in a jar or squeeze bottle would have the same effect or has the precursor been cooked out of these products. i was just wondering because i think this would be the simplist and most convenient way if it actually worked.

  17. But the mustard seeds are processed also. They dont just grind the mustard seeds, they probably also heat them intensely enough to kill mold, fungus, bacteria. So I think everyone should be suspicious that this video or that study makes no sense. Does anyone know for a fact what processing goes on to make mustard or ground mustard powder?

  18. My child won't eat her broccoli without cheeze (vegan of course) sauce on it…. how convenient that when i melt down the vegan cheeze, i add mustard to it!!! I had no idea! LMAO 🙂
    Thanks Dr. Greger

  19. Even if I eat fresh iloccorB I would still have to add the mustard powder. Wouldn't I? I have been eating frozen for years. Broccoli and rice is one of my favorite dishes.

  20. How would you prevent cross contamination from flesh when living with meat eaters and storing and preparing food in the same space?

  21. Does is it apply to all Brassica family or just broccoli? How about cabbage and brussel sprouts, do I also need to add mustard powder to them?

  22. I was going threw some of your videos and i noticed you never did a video on sleeping specifically eating before you sleep I head your not suppose to eat at least 1 hour before you sleep but he recomended 3 hours before you sleep. I think its a lie what do you think. If your interested I'll send you a link specifically to what im talki g about i would love to know im going to do it any way it's when i get back from the gym so im always going to eat after but i tend to always wait about 45 minutes since i like to watch 1 tv show before I go to sleep.

  23. Dear Nutritionalfacts Comunity…i wonder if there is any study on Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (TTP) and the effects of a Plant Based lifestyle on it ? would really appreciate any information on this! Great Channel! Thanks for all the information you share! Grateful !🌱🌱🌱

  24. So grateful to you Dr. Gregor! You are fun to watch and generously provide mountains of lifesaving information. Love your book too! Bought right away when you talked about it. You are a jewel in the medical field! Thank you for being here for us! Enjoy so much having all this vital information.😊

  25. What about "Colman's Dry Mustard Powder"?, I can't find info if their seeds are toasted or not .

  26. will horse radish have the same effect as daikon radish?
    ni just discovered this site. it is fabulous for enhancing our diet.
    Many thanks to the author and all the researchers who work hard to improve our health.

  27. Do other brassica seeds offer this amazing feature that mustard seeds do? Are we missing out on some amazing kale seed condiment? I think I may need to let some of my greens go to seed this summer to experiment.

  28. Thanks for the info. I can learn something new every day listening to your webinars.Its so easy to be healthy with good info.

  29. If I blend it with Japanese red mustard greens, would that be enough to get every thing activated, if so how much they can be strong

  30. Your so funny! The students in your classes are the luckiest. I eat raw broccoli ground up with spinach in my vegie / fruit smoothies

  31. Will try to stick with fresh as I'm not a fan of the flavour of mustard etc. I'm getting into the habit of chopping up about 45 mins or more before cooking. Should I do the same with my green smoothie I wonder?

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