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Old 02-29-2012, 09:37 AM
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Default Low carb and low calorie people...

Have you seen this? http://lowcarbdiets.about.com/od/low.../caulirice.htm

I used some in my stuffed bell pepper last night. They were delicious! You can tell it isn't rice but it's a wonderful alternative. Just thought I'd share
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Old 02-29-2012, 09:58 AM
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I hadn't seen this, but we were at the store the other day and saw a box of vegetable macaroni and cheese. I was curious, so I read the ingredients. The pasta was made out of cauliflower. I'd like to try it at some point and see how it compares.
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Cauliflower is a really great alternative for lots of things! I really like cauliflower "mashed potatoes"

I guess if you don't like cauliflower to begin with though, you probably won't be to fond of the faux creations, LOL
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Cauliflower is a really great alternative for lots of things! I really like cauliflower "mashed potatoes"
This! I'm not doing low carb anymore and I still prefer the cauliflower mash to mashed potatoes. Its great with cheese.
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Cauliflower is a really great alternative for lots of things! I really like cauliflower "mashed potatoes"

I guess if you don't like cauliflower to begin with though, you probably won't be to fond of the faux creations, LOL
I am not sure a person can not like cauliflower, lol. It pretty much takes on the taste of whatever you flavor it with. You can hardley tell its not rice in those bell peppers. I don't like raw cauliflower.
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Old 02-29-2012, 03:21 PM
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I've never tried cauliflower but I saw that cauliflower rice on Pinterest a while back... I want to try it. I've heard cauliflower smells when you cook it though... did it smell when you did this?
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I like cauliflower well enough, have happily eaten it for years. It does nothing for me as fauztatoes or pretend rice, or anything else people try to make cauliflower be. I eat it with cheese like broccoli, or raw with dip.
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I have never noticed much smell when cooking cauliflower.

I would love to try the cauli rice. Though I really don't like the mashed cauliflower.. to me its nothing like mashed potatoes. I tried all sorts of things. That said I do like cauliflower as it is.
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I cannot even stomach the word of cauliflower, muchess the taste and texture. It looks too much like brains.

I've used the squash spaghetti noodles before. They were yummo!
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I cannot even stomach the word of cauliflower, muchess the taste and texture. It looks too much like brains.

I've used the squash spaghetti noodles before. They were yummo!
No, it looks like warts. YUCK!
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