• Dr. Carney,

    If we are going to cook some broccoli or other cruciferous veggie (not deepfried), I understand from Dr. Greger's book, How Not to Die, that we should cut the broccoli and let it sit for 40 minutes before cooking in order to allow sulforaphane to form. I imagine most people are not...

    Dr. Carney,

    If we are going to cook some broccoli or other cruciferous veggie (not deepfried), I understand from Dr. Greger's book, How Not to Die, that we should cut the broccoli and let it sit for 40 minutes before cooking in order to allow sulforaphane to form. I imagine most people are not aware of this needed cooking step in order to enhance the cancer fighting potential of eating broccoli. From your knowledge, is there any other way to eat cooked broccoli without letting it sit after cutting that could still provide the sulforaphane benefit? If not, I'm thinking this needed step needs to be advocated more by chefs and others preparing cooked broccoli dishes.

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