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The Perks of Being a Cauliflower
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Five Ways to Make Cauliflower Feel Like a Total Treat
Happy New Year, my friends! Wow. We made it. And there’s already so much to talk about in this brave New Year. 
 
In general, it always feels like the New Year is like a little baby, innocent and ready to take shape. Not to get too deep—or maybe just too off topic—so early in the year, but I think that nature and nurture go hand in hand, it’s not an either-or thing. For the most part people are an amalgam of their genetics, their parents or whomever raised them, and also outside influences in all forms. With a hefty dose of free will. 
 
I feel like the year develops in that way for each person, too. Taking form as a blend of that big old mosh pit of what’s happening in the world at large, in our lives as individuals, and the random aspects of life. But right now we have a unadulterated baby New Year, and we should do whatever we can to—bluntly—not mess it up. There are prettier ways to say this for sure, but let’s try and take care of 2020 with a little bit more care and gentleness and reflection than the prior year received.
 
Well, if you were expecting a little collection of recipes without a side helping of New Year’s musings, I have surely let you down. Let me make it up to you! Healthy eating is a worthy resolution for 2020. That surely means adding more vegetables. So where to start? Cauliflower! We all know cauliflower has been sitting in the spotlight for the last few years. Maybe you’re a fan, or maybe you’re still not sold on how delicious it can be. Let’s see if these dishes change your mind.
Have you tried a cauliflower “steak” yet? It's a very satisfying way of preparing and eating cauliflower. And if you love chicken wings but can’t justify them as part of the regular rotation OR if you’re a vegetarian missing buffalo wings, this is for you.

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Herby, tangy chimichurri sauce turns roasted cauliflower into something special. 

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Cauliflower is taking over your tater tot! Riced cauliflower (finely chopped cauliflower) is showing up in the form of tots. To start with, these are just plain delicious. (The cheese does not hurt.) Secondly, they are just plain fun. Thirdly, if you are a parent trying to get more vegetables into your kids’ bellies, this could be a go-to solution.

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A root vegetable soup gets a Moroccan-spiced twist. This soup lays no claims to culinary authenticity, but it does incorporate some spices that often appear in Moroccan cuisine, such as cumin, ground ginger, cayenne, and coriander. 

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The hunt for a new and simple side dish is over. Soy sauce, sesame, honey, srirachaso easy and so freaking good.

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