THE SCIENTIFIC REASON WHY EVERYONE STARTED EATING BRUSSELS SPROUTS
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Have you noticed how Brussels sprouts have been popping up on restaurant menus? A TikTok’er asked that question and the response he got went viral. Back in the ’90s, a Dutch scientist identified the chemical that made them bitter.
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So, he bred that chemical OUT of them and crossbred the new sprouts with a variety that produced higher yields. Not long after, the world had tons of Brussels sprouts that didn’t taste horrible.