Calories per cup, chopped: 27
We’re aware that you probably don’t crave cauliflower, per se, but when you’re in the mood to snack, this is a smart option. If you’re not so keen on the taste of raw cauliflower, Lemond offers up a few flavor-boosting suggestions: “You can make it taste wonderful with some olive oil, but every teaspoon adds about 45 calories," she says. "I recommend steaming cauliflower and flavoring it with herbs and spices or a little lemon zest."
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