Friendship Circle Celebrates
Thursday, May 14-20, 2009
20-26 Iyar 5769
Vol. CXXXV, No. 15
Freya Gothelf, 15, of Huntington Woods, Sara Langnas, 14, of West
Bloomfield and Shira Bergman, 15, of Farmington Hills at Friendship
Circle's annual volunteer recognition program.
By Barbara Beznos, RD, LD/N
Integrated Nutrition, LLC
On The Cover:
Cost-cutting tips for tough economic times.
Via Proxies A20
Obama, Netanyahu camps huddle at AIPAC.
Scouting Project A24
Torah table enhances school's services.
It's Not Therapy A25
Grief counselor helps people grieve for pets.
Tamarack Scholarships A32
Event kicks off camp's financial aid program.
its & Entertainment
Ann Arbor.... A27, B6
Health & Fitness
Top Billing For Israeli Actress B5
Drawing from mother's Holocaust experience.
Synagogue List .. A34
George Cantor ....A23
Danny Raskin B9
Robin Schwartz ... A14
Robert Sklar A5
Did the pope's Middle East visit boost
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start with the terminol-
to as "super-veggies," brassicas
are members of the Brassicaceae
or mustard family of vegetables
and were formerly known as the
Cruciferae or crucifer family,
hence, they are often also called
Some of the more common
brassicas include cabbage, broc-
coli, cauliflower, Brus-
i sels sprouts, turnips, and
\ swedes (aka rutabagas).
' \ Others (perhaps less
( \ familiar) include broccoli
raab, collards, cress,
kale, arugula, kohlrabi,
mustard, and bok choi.
The "super-veggie" la-
bel for brassica vegeta-
bles comes from their
for being high in nutri-
tional value, containing
high levels of various vitamins,
minerals, anti-oxidants, fiber, and
other wellness properties.
Broccoli may be the most potent
member of Brassicaceae, possess-
ing loads of vitamin C, soluble fi-
ber, selenium. and other nutrients
strongly believed to have impor-
tant anti-viral, anti-bacterial, and
Brassicas are the real deal.
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etables and do
they have any
special food properties? Jessica.
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Some begin Havdalah 60 minutes after sunset
instead of 72 (above).
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