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Romanesco broccoli displays its fractal-esque nature. Fractals show self-similarity, or comparable structure regardless of scale. In other words, a small piece of broccoli, when viewed up close, looks the same as a larger chunk.

Romanesco broccoli is an edible flower of the species Brassica oleracea, and a variant form of cauliflower. First documented in Italy, it is light green in color and approximates a natural fractal.

Romanesco broccoli is an edible flower of the species Brassica oleracea, and a variant form of cauliflower. First documented in Italy, it is light green in color and approximates a natural fractal.

Broccoli Romanesco

Broccoli Romanesco

Few things in nature are as weirdly beautiful as Romanesco. I think it looks like a prehistoric sea creature, or perhaps like a miniature gnome forest. When Wylie spotted some...

Few things in nature are as weirdly beautiful as Romanesco. I think it looks like a prehistoric sea creature, or perhaps like a miniature gnome forest. When Wylie spotted some.

Fractal Romanesco Broccoli

Naturally Grown Fractal Romanesco Broccoli aka Veronica by cubits, via Etsy. soooo tasty and sexy!

romanesco cauliflower

A Beautiful Cauliflower

Scozzese

Isn't this just a beautiful VEGETABLE.we saw it at an outdoor market in Firenze, Italia.I believe it is from the broccoli family!

"Romanesco is like the Lady Gaga of Broccoli..."     Broccoli Romanesco // @Stephanie Close Hua {Lick My Spoon}

Romanesco, the Lady Gaga of Broccoli

Unapologetic, captivating, a bit peculiar. Romanesco is unlike any vegetable you've ever seen. In this dish, it's combined with the classic Cacio e Pepe (cheese and pepper) to make a properly Roman pasta dish.

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