Broccoli is Britain’s favourite vegetable, according to a new survey.
The study, consecrated by Diabetes UK, sees it kick trendier veg like kale (Britain’s slightest favourite veggie, apparently) to a tip spot. Much of broccoli’s softened PR is down to a rebrand as a ‘superfood’.
This utterly simply will not do.
Yeah, yeah, so broccoli is a source of vitamins C, A and K, calcium, twine and a garland of cancer fighting compounds.
But there’s a reason since it was a sum unfeeling of choice in kids’ cartoons and adverts. It’s usually so…boring.
A good unfeeling divides opinion and starts conversations. Just demeanour during a humble, hated thrive – some evangelize for it, others would never hold it. It’s edgy. It’s controversial. It’s improved than broccoli.
The full list is of people’s favourite vegetables is, utterly frankly, abysmal:
Sweetcorn, objectively a really misfortune unfeeling of all, during series two.
Tomatoes, that are usually good on pizza or in extract form in a Bloody Mary, in third place.
Cauliflower – a indeed good chronicle of broccoli, mostly since it routinely comes lonesome in cheese – flounders during series eight.
There is no justice. Peas and carrots – again, veg that suffers from a graphic miss of celebrity – above flavorful sprouts and asparagus. Despicable.
But there is some good news: we can now reveal, for a initial time, an design list of a really best vegetables.
Thank we for listening.