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Shaved Brussels Sprouts Salad

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Named after the capital of Belgium, where they may have first been cultivated, Brussels Sprouts look like diminutive heads of cabbage. The resemblance is not surprising, since both belong to the same botanical family. The golf-ball-size sprouts grow in a tight spiral pattern on thick stalks with a burst of large leaves at the top. The sprouts are usually cut off the stalk before going to market.

Similar to cabbage in taste, Brussels Sprouts have a slightly milder flavor and denser texture. Nutritionally, they have the same cancer-inhibiting potential as cabbage and other cruciferous vegetables (such as broccoli and cauliflower) because they contain the nitrogen compounds called indoles and a significant amount of vitamin C. Brussels Sprouts also supply good amounts of folate (folic acid), potassium, vitamin K, and a small amount of beta-carotene.

Our Earth Exotics™ packaging is unique and is designed for ease of use and with the intent of creating very little waste. Although our packaging is microwave capable, it is not the optimal way to prepare vegetables. We highly encourage you to try other cooking methods such as roasting, sautéing, steaming, and even boiling in some cases. You will find that the vegetables will have a better texture and flavor by utilizing some of these tried and true cooking methods, and will leave you with a better eating experience.

COOK: Toss with olive oil, season generously with salt and pepper. Roast at 450º until wilted and lightly browned, about 12-15 minutes. Remove from oven and serve.

Brussels Sprouts/1 cup cooked

Calories 61
Total fat (g) 0.8 

Saturated fat (g) 0.2 

Monounsaturated fat (g) 0.1 

Polyunsaturated fat (g) 0.4 

Dietary fiber (g) 4.1

Protein (g) 4 

Carbohydrate (g) 14 

Cholesterol (mg) 0 

Sodium (mg) 33 

Vitamin C (mg) 97

Folate (mcg) 94 

Manganese (mg) 0.4 

Potassium (mg) 495


Fresh Shaved Brussels Sprouts should be displayed under refrigeration. If kept at room temperature, their leaves will turn yellow quickly. A bright green color is the best guide to freshness and good condition. Old sprouts also have a strong, cabbage odor. Avoid puffy or soft sprouts by choosing small, firm, compact ones with unblemished leaves. The stem ends should be clean and white.


Do not wash or trim sprouts before storing them. Store Earth Exotics Shaved Brussels Sprouts in their bag, which is designed to maintain freshness in your refrigerator prior to use. Once opened it is best to use all contents of the bag. However they can be stored in a resealable container for a few days in your refrigerator.


Earth Exotics Shaved Brussels Sprouts have already been washed, dried and shaved for usage. Follow package instructions for cooking, or use in your favorite recipes.

Collections: Family Size

Type: Vegetables