I’m getting a little old for this.
I think this might be the last time I’ll eat a single, whole, unpolished head of broccoli.
I’ve tried it and I can tell you, it’s not for the faint of heart.
But this time around, I have the option to try broccoli in the form of a superfood, a product that will be sold in the supermarket for $2.99 a kilo ($6.95 a pound).
This is called broccoli cheddar.
You can buy it at a Costco in the Pacific Northwest.
But for now, the only place I can get it is online.
(Costco does sell broccoli cheese, which is a less expensive alternative.)
The broccoli cilantro, which comes from the leaves of the cabbage, is optional.
The cheddar cheese is the main ingredient.
The only way to get it in the grocery store is to order it from Costco.
You’ll pay a premium for it because it’s made from whole, unprocessed broccoli.
Costco is offering a special deal for those who want to buy the broccoli curds in the shape of a skull.
It costs $5.99 per pound.
The broccoli is so well-done that you might actually enjoy eating it.
This is how I like it.
If I were to buy this kind of food, I would probably be happy with it.
But I don’t like broccoli.
It is very, very dry, has a tendency to give me an itch, and is really, really hard to digest.
I’m just not a fan of it.
I don.t eat it.
When I was growing up, I was the one who ate it, but now I just don’t do it.
In the summertime, I’d have to take a couple of hours to digest it.
It’s just not something I’d like to eat.
So I stopped eating it for awhile.
But now I’m back to eating it, thanks to a new product from the food-delivery company, Crate & Post.
It sounds like a great idea.
In a recent interview with CNBC, Crate and Post founder and CEO Doug McMillon talked about the idea of packaging products in such a way that it can be shipped directly to customers.
He called it the “Bowls-in-a-Box” model.
Crate and Preys has an online store, and it sells a product called the “Broccoli Cheddar Soup.”
The soup is a combination of broccoli, cheddar, and a small amount of horseradish.
You add the horseradings, and then you mix it up with the broccoli.
This soup is like a superbowl of the broccoli, minus the horsersad.
It tastes amazing, but I’m definitely not a huge fan of eating it alone.
This would be an excellent way to give a meal to someone who is hungry and needs something fast and easy.
Crate & Post’s broccoli cattie soup is about 10 grams (0.2 ounces) of broccoli and about 1 ounce (0