The cauliflower caught my eye- 3 for $1. I plucked three in a bag and thought I would turn it into cauliflower rice and freeze it, when a nice couple stopped me, “Are you a food blogger?” I am sure I looked at them like a deer in the headlights (whatever gave them that idea). When the lady said, “What do you make with the bad cauliflower?”

I turned to look at the bruised cauliflower. “You just want to shave off the bad blotches and then cut the florets from the bottom to make sure it’s not rotten. Then make things you would normally make.” They smiled and thanked me. Here some great recipes in case you ever run into bruised cauliflower.

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5 Responses to Cauliflower

  1. Miriam says:

    These recipes all sound wonderful. I love experimenting with Cauliflower. Thanks for the share.

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  2. Of course you shave off the black bits

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