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MORE USES FOR BROCCOLI: Often overcooked and drowned in cheese sauce, broccoli doesn’t always conjure applause at the dinner table. Avoid boiling or microwaving it, which can leach nutrients, and instead roast, bake, steam or grill it. While the florets get all the attention, don’t forget the stems: Chop them into strips, coat and bake like fries, or spiralize them and toss with a lemon vinaigrette.