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kol li peul la wo (콜리플라워) (today's sample record)

Language: Korean

Description: Cauliflower. A cauliflower is "Nothing but a cabbage with a college education" according to Mark Twain. It is a cabbage with a domed collection of, generally, creamy white curds, which should be firm and compact. There are green flowered varieties available such as Romanesco and Alverde. There is also a purple-headed variety called Cape broccoli. Unlike many fruits and vegetables, larger cauliflowers have more flavour than small ones.


kol li peul la wo
Cauliflowers, with thanks to the traders of Havelská Market in Prague

Latin: Brassica oleracea var botrytis
Ethnicity: Korean
Most frequent country: Korea


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