6. Brussels Sprouts
Over the last couple decades, we've seen Brussels sprouts rise from the ugly duckling of yucky vegetables to the darling of chefs and Thanksgiving spreads. The favoritism has drawn more availability year-round and less-fresh heads that stink of sulfur, especially when overcooked. We get it, they're healthy--but so are other brassicas, such as cabbage, which keeps longer and has multiple harvests year-round.