Japan Romanesco is a type of big cauliflower that is known for its unique shaped and nutty/earthy flavors. It is used in a variety of dishes, including salads, pasta, and stir-fries, and is also sometimes pickled or used as a garnish. It is considered a delicacy in Japan and is often served at high-end restaurants or as part of a fancy meal at home. Romanesco also has great nutritional value, providing zinc, carotenoids, iron, vitamin C, and folate. This flowery vegetable also contains glycosylates and thiocyanates that help strengthen the liver against potentially toxic substances.
Imported from Japan