"Broccoli sprouts are farmore potent than whole broccoli.
"Three-day old broccoli sprouts consistently contain anywhere from 10-100 times the amount of glucoraphanin—a chemoprotective compound—found in mature broccoli.
Broccoli sprouts specifically are a source of glucoraphanin, which creates sulforaphane when chewed or swallowed. That compound accelerates the body's ability to detoxify from various pollutants.
Other than the oft sandwhich accessory, sprouts make a great side, a salad base, or slaw. Toss in olive oil and sea salt for a simple experience, or replace coleslaw cabbage with them in some variation of a summer salad (red onions, apples, veganaise?).
Bonus points if you can find them in a spongey base that keeps them alive longer (first time I had).