Is there anything cauliflower can’t do?
It’s delicious raw or cooked, roasted, mashed, in salads, soup, stews or curry
It can take the place of rice or be made into a surprisingly delicious pizza crust, tortillas, bagels or bread.
It’s not just a low carb vegetable, cauliflower is actually really good for you!
Like broccoli and kale, cauliflower is a cruciferous vegetable which means it is packed with glucosinolates and other antioxidants, as well as vitamins C, vitamin K, folate and B-vitamins.
And more good news:
No matter if you’re eating cauliflower raw or cooked, you are getting plenty of health benefits!
If you cook it, you may be losing some of the water soluble vitamins like vitamin C, but you’ll be increasing the accessibility of sulfur containing compounds, lutein and zeaxanthin (important nutrients for eyes!)
Ready to learn more about cauliflower?
Check out this infographic: