Cauliflower Rice

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    benc
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    I tend to vary how i season it, but it works well with coconut milk curries: http://nomnompaleo.com/post/1626071845/another-simpler-version-of-cauliflower-rice

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    Lauren
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    Benc,
    I loved this! Thank you for posting this recipe. I put a little bit of red pepper and a little curry powder in it. I also added garlic, pepper, and salt and some Italian seasoning. It made a delicious tangy rice. It is so exciting that this recipe can be changed so easily for a different flavor by adding different spices of vegetables.
    Thanks,
    Lauren

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    Lauren
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    I came up with idea of making a creamy asparagus rice by using chicken broth, chopped onions, and asparagus cut into very small pieces. I will think about it some more and when I come up with a good tasting recipe I will post it here. If anyone has any suggestion about their favorite seasonings I would be glad to hear them. It always nice to learn about other flavors that I might not be using. Thanks!
    Love to you all,
    Lauren

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    benc
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    yes it surprised me how tasty it was when I first tried it. I tend to season it depending on what I have it with. Sometimes I add it to an omelette to bulk it out as well.

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    Wouldn’t the benefits of the cauliflower be expunged since you cooked them?

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    benc
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    princeofsin wrote: Wouldn’t the benefits of the cauliflower be expunged since you cooked them?

    I think cruciferous vegetables are better for you cooked, no?

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