The One White Thing You Should Eat
Crunchy, tasty and a nutritional powerhouse…despite its lack of color!
As an excellent source of vitamin C, and a very good source of manganese, it’s a great source of antioxidants, has anti inflammatory benefits and can decrease our risk of cancers and other chronic diseases (especially cardiovascular diseases). High in fiber, it’s also a great choice for digestive system support.
But maybe you’re thinking it’s just a little too dull?
While eating it as part of a crudités platter may indeed get tiresome, there are certainly other ways of enjoying it, even beyond the cauliflower ‘rice’ dish we’re all now so familiar with in the Paleosphere!
One such dish is something I admittedly did not create myself.
Soho house takes the credit for this, but my version comes without the sauce they serve on it, which seems to be a bit dairy-esque in its appearance.
A whole, roasted cauliflower.