Poor cauliflower. It sometimes gets a bad rap—one it definitely doesn’t deserve.
See, its lackluster color leads you to believe that it’s not as healthy as it’s deep green look-alike (yes, we’re talking broccoli). But in reality, it packs a pretty solid punch, nutrion-wise. Just take a look at these stats:
While you don’t have to eat cauliflower every day, you should try to work it into your vegetable rotation once a week. How, you ask? Here are five simple recipes to get you started.
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