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Look out, kale, cauliflower is all the rage these days. From high end chefs to foodie bloggers, people can't get enough of this nutritious vegetable. It's cropping up in a lot of dishes, especially in flour form, as a replacement for grains for those who want to eat gluten-free or paleo or just want to mix it up and eat this delicious vegetable. Check out these five delicious cauliflower recipes:
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This pizza crust is blowing up on Pinterest and many food blogs. Tasty Kitchen blogger HowSweetEats says that she was skeptical too, at first, as she "didn’t love cauliflower at the time," but she now raves about the veggie and swears by this recipe.
Lauren at Empowered Sustenance walks you through how to make these scrumptious flour-free, dairy-free and gluten-free wraps.
I know what you're thinking: gross, right? Turns out it's delicious. Check it out at Chocolate-Covered Katie.
Sick of all those bland veggie burgers out there? Try this recipe from blogger Vegan Richa. This burger comes stacked with onion rings, spicy mayo, roasted peppers and avocado. Need I say more?
This recipe from Slim Palate is simple to follow and the pictures are mouth-watering. They make you want a taco right now. She loaded hers up with grass-fed sour cream, onions, guacamole and more. Sign me up.
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