My mum’s watercress broth is one of my most favourite things to eat in the world. It’s really simple – water, stock, watercress, ginger, sesame oil and sometimes, very rarely, some chicken nibbles.
According to a new study, watercress beats out broccoli, spinach, pumpkin, even hyped-up trendy kale, to come out on top of a list compiled of 41 “powerhouse” fruits and vegetables.
Not only can you see where your favourite vegetables and fruit rank, but you may also be like me and learn about plants you’ve never even heard about before, like chicory…
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