Okay, so I don't have an aversion to broccoli to begin with, nor do I seek it out for every meal. I always thought it was an unremarkably benign-tasting vegetable that was supposed to have super-powers, and that's why all kids were made to eat it. The thing is, though, if kids were fed organic broccoli, they might actually LIKE it. Why? Because I just had my first dose of organic broccoli tonight, and it was sweeter, greener, and altogether tastier! I just threw some salt, pepper, and chili oil onto it, steamed it, and I was a happy little kid, sitting on the counter, swinging my legs as I shoved its cruciferousness into my anticipating mouth. No, this wasn't a went-hiking-all-day-and-even-the-packaged-ramen-tastes-great moment. It was genuinely, remarkably tasty.
Tomorrow, Eric and I are headed to Lancaster's Central Market to try out more organics. I'm excited.