Cauliflower is an extremely versatile vegetable. It can be eaten raw and added to salads. It can be roasted to bring out the sweetness, steamed and mashed just like potatoes, or even made into soup.
Along with it's versatility, the health benefits are enormous. According to Dr. Mercola, a leading health expert,” Cauliflower contains sulforaphane, a sulfur compound that has also been shown to kill cancer stem cells, thereby slowing tumor growth.” It is rich in vitamins and minerals and generally boosts not only body health but also helps keep your brain healthy. It's believed to help age-related memory problems.
Cauliflower is known as one of the healthiest vegetables we can eat. It is full of antioxidants to support the immune system. It has great anti-inflammatory properties, and it also provides detox support for our bodies. Is it any wonder doctors such as Dr. Mercola recommend we eat cauliflower at least 3 times a week?
Check out the listing below for some interesting ways to add cauliflower to your daily diet. For many more vegetarian recipes and delightful ways to cook vegetables, check out the PETA.org blog.
Deconstruct cauliflower to create a unique breaded “meatball.”
2. Spicy Buffalo Cauliflower “Wings”
Watch this video, feel your stomach growl, and then make the dish.
Just add this cheese sauce to some macaroni, and you have yourself a vegan mac and cheese!
This casserole is the perfect dish to take to any vegan potluck or barbecue!
You can’t lose with this light, refreshing soup.
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