artichoke, globe Young flower heads of Cynara scolymus; the edible parts are the fleshy bracts and the base; the choke is the inedible filaments. A 110‐g portion (two artichoke hearts) is a source of vitamin C; provides 1.1 g of dietary fibre; supplies 17 kcal (70 kJ).
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