You can eat this 100% raw or slightly cooked. I find that if you either a) soak raw broccoli in hot water for a couple of minutes or b) lightly steam the broccoli, it’s easier to digest and still keeps most of its nutrients. Since this winter seems to be particularly chilly in Johannesburg, I opted for steamed broccoli.
The pineapple teriyaki sauce is something I’ve had on my mind for a while. I started to come up with a recipe and then discovered a very good one in The Raw Revolution Diet. The sauce is a delicious combination of flavours- sweet, tart, salty and spicy all at once from the pineapple, tamari, agave, sesame oil, ginger, garlic, chili. You can make a batch and keep it for up to a week, though you are likely to eat it all before then.
You can see the teriyaki sauce recipe on google books, here.