Taste: Cauliflower has a mild, nutty taste, which makes it a perfect companion for sauces, spices, and dips!
- Excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K, folate, pantothenic acid, and vitamin B6
- Contains a broad spectrum of antioxidants, which helps lower the risk of oxidative stress in our cells
- The fiber content of cauliflower—over 9 grams in every 100 calories—makes this cruciferous vegetable a great choice for digestive system support
When to Look for Cauliflower: Cauliflower will appear on our stands in the beginning of fall.
Best Uses for Cauliflower: When cooked, cauliflower has a meaty texture. Try your hand at making cauliflower wings (which are a great vegetarian alternative to chicken wings). Cauliflower is also great when roasted and topped with garlic.