Broccoli was first cultivated in ancient Roman times and its name is derived from the Latin word brachium, meaning “strong arm or branch”. Roman farmers called it “the five (green) fingers of Jupiter” because of its curative and preventative properties. – Tiny Fox Lab
The History Of Broccoli
Broccoli has been a food source since the Roman Empire, but it didn't gain popularity in America until the 1920s thanks to Italians.
Jesse, posted on 09/28/2020, 1,043 views