Caaylag

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Caaylag
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Caaylagyn seyrey
Mynphointyn
Dooie Brassica oleracea
Possan
troaragagh
Gemmifera
Bun Çheeraghyn Injil, gyn fys er blein
Olteynyn
possan
troaragagh
Caayl

She troarag yn-ee 'sy phossan Gemmifera dy Brassica oleracea ee caaylag. Ta'n buinney yn-ee eck mysh 2.5–4 cm (0.98–1.6") er crantessen, ayns cummey cabbash vane. She bee ennoil t'ayn ayns Brussel rish foddey, as foddee dy daink ad assjee.[1]

She daa-vleintag t'ayn. Mannagh jed ny buinnaghyn aegey er giarrey, aasagh ad rish y vlein noa dys buinnaghyn blaaghey ta cur magh blaaghyn 'sy tourey.[2][3]

Shennaghys[reagh]

Ta'n chied imraa er son troarey caaylagyn voish 1587 'sy Velg.[4] Hug eh Choux de Bruxelles ("caayl Brussel") orroo. Rish toshiaght ny 19oo eash, haink ad dy ve nyn lus geuree ennoil er feie ny h-Oarpey, as eisht ayns SUA myrgeddin.

Troarey[reagh]

T'ad gaase eddyr 7–24 °C (45–75 °F), agh ny share eddyr 15–18 °C (59–64 °F).[5] T'ad gappaghey mysh 90-180 laa erreish dhyt soiaghey.[6] Ta ny caaylagyn gaase ayns shlig chassee rish gish liauyrey, mysh 60-120cm er yrdjid. T'ad gappaghey dy moal rish ymmodee shiaghteeyn voish bun dys kione. Foddee oo ad y hroggal er laue beggan er veggan rere appaghey, ny liorish y lane ghass y yiarrey, ny lesh jeshaght.[6] Ta gass gaase wheesh as 1.4kg, agh son y chooid smoo traghtee, mysh 900g er y ghass.[5]

Imraaghyn[reagh]

  1. Oliver, Lynne (2011-04-11). Food Timeline: Brussels sprouts. Feddynit er 2012-04-09.
  2. Ernst Niller (1990). Der große und der kleine Gemüsegarten (Germaanish). Parey.
  3. Udelgard Körber-Grohe (1995). Nutzpflanzen in Deutschland (Germaanish). Theiss Verlag.
  4. Brussels sprouts. Encyclopaedia Britannica.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Brussel Sprouts. University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. Feddynit er 2007-09-21.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Brussel sprouts info. Pfyffer Associates. Feddynit er 2007-09-21.

Kianglaghyn çheumooie[reagh]

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Ta tooilley coadanyn mychione Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera ry-gheddyn ayns Wikimedia Commons.