32 Healthy Cauliflower Recipes – Creative Ways to Eat Cauliflower

Who knew that cauliflower—with its plain, unassuming white florets—would become one of the sexiest vegetables of the 21st century? Just look at the menu of any creative, plant-friendly restaurant, and you’ll find cauliflower steaks, cauliflower salads, and about a million versions of cauliflower rice bowls.

“Cauliflower has become so popular not only because of its many nutritional benefits, but because it’s really versatile—there are so many ways to use it in the kitchen,” says Kara Lydon, R.D., a Boston-based dietitian, food blogger, and author of Nourish Your Namaste. “Also, more and more people are going plant-based, and cauliflower makes a really easy substitute for animal-based ingredients.”

Cauliflower is both low in calories (just 29 calories per 1-cup serving) and jam-packed with nutrients, like all cruciferous vegetables (a category of slightly bitter-tasting veggies that includes broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, cabbage, arugula, and collard greens). “It’s high in

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Lyfe Kitchen

Allie worked within the quick food industry making burgers earlier than joining Toast to put in writing about the way forward for restaurants. Training Keeping Up With Kitchen Slang The kitchen slang you’re assured to hear working in a restaurant.

  • There are the standard suspects—many forms of hummus and bean-and-rice dishes—as well as cannelini canneloni, Georgian bean-stuffed bread and lupini bean ceviche.
  • The result’s, like the original, a super simple, hands-off recipe that’s good for busy families.

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Viral TikTok recipes and food hacks

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)—Along with viral dances and funny cat videos, people are turning to TikTok for tasty recipes and creative culinary tricks. Here are some of NEWS10’s Mary Wilson’s favorites: 

1. Sliced Bread

According to viral TikTok videos, we’ve been putting away our sliced bread all wrong. Instead of using the twisty tie, which often goes missing, twist the bag tightly then fold the top of the bag inside out over the rest of the loaf, creating an airtight seal to keep bread fresh for longer!

2. Tortilla Hack

Next, is the tortilla hack. Make a cut from the middle of the tortilla down to one edge, and put a different filling in each quadrant. For a breakfast version, you can use scrambled eggs, salsa, avocado, and cheese. Season it with

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Food site Epicurious to stop publishing recipes with beef

“For any person—or publication—wanting to envision a more sustainable way to cook, cutting out beef is a worthwhile first step,” Hoffman and Tamarkin said. “Our shift is solely about sustainability, about not giving airtime to one of the world’s worst climate offenders.”

Livestock accounts for nearly 15% of total global greenhouse gas emissions, and beef is the largest contributor to that pollution, according to the United Nations.
The publication has been moving in this direction for nearly two years. Since the fall of 2019, Epicurious has published beef recipes “only a small handful of times,” its editors said in a separate post addressing questions about the decision.
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A quick search of the site shows that it has also been offering readers suggestions for beef alternatives for some time: Last Saint Patrick’s Day, for example, a writer suggested to “skip the corned beef” for a potato-stuffed cabbage pie. And for
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