Say hello to one of fall’s most versatile vegetables: cauliflower.

“Good food information from the Cleveland Clinic.” Bill Chesnut, MD

October 26, 2015
Say hello to one of fall’s most versatile vegetables: cauliflower.
Sure, you’ve had to say good-bye to tomatoes and zucchini at your local farmers’ market, but don’t feel too badly about it. Fall has a bounty all its own: crucifer season! That means it’s time to fill your basket with broccoli, cabbage, collard greens, kale, and the wonderful…cauliflower. In fact, cauliflower is one of the hardest-working veggies out there. It’s a tantalizing side when roasted with onions and herbs; it can stand in for steak when sliced; and it makes the most delectable soup when pureed (no cream necessary!). Don’t wait another day to create something wonderful with cauliflower. Start with some of our favorite recipes:

Then enjoy this tasty fall treasure at least once or twice a week to get a host of health benefits — from cancer prevention to digestive support!

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