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The first thing you need to do is use a knife to remove any hard leaves or woody stem ends. Then you need to split the whole plant into separate florets with a short stem on top and slice the thicker stems diagonally. After rinsing it in cold water, you can boil it or steam it, according to preference. Depending on each floret's size, they should take between three and six minutes to be fully cooked. If you choose to stir-fry it, you need to cook it for a few minutes until it gets tender.

Purple broccoli is very nutritious and has a wide range of vitamins and minerals. They are a great source of vitamins A, C, and K, with decent amounts of iron, vitamin B-9, and B-complex vitamins. It also has smaller amounts of calcium, potassium, magnesium, copper, selenium, and protein, as well as small traces of zinc and sodium. Finally, purples broccoli is a good source of antioxidants like zeaxanthin and lutein.

Although purples broccoli is a good source of nutrients regardless of the way it is cooked, it tends to lose a significant amount when cooked in certain ways. If you cook it for more than a few minutes, it tends to quickly lose a significant amount of antioxidants, greatly reducing its contribution to maintaining a healthy body. The best way to cook broccoli and keep most of its qualities is to steam it for only two or three minutes. Alternatively, you can simply eat it raw and get 100 percent of its health benefits.