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Our winter brassicas — broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage — provide plenty of vitamin C, folate, carotenoids, and other beneficial compounds, as well as abundant fiber. We make slaws and raw salads because cooking breaks down the beneficial compounds and dissipates the vitamins. If cook we must, a quick steam or light stir-fry are good alternatives to raw.