There’s two ways to do it:
- Tossing a cauliflower in the food processor until a rice like consistency is achieved.
- Grating a cauliflower and microwaving it, like so:
It all depends on what you’re going to do with it – simply eat it as a rice substitution or use it as an ingredient in a recipe.
I highly recommend both 🙂
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the nutrition facts of white rice vs. cauliflower.
- Much less calories in cauliflower than in white rice.
- Much less carbs in cauliflower than in white rice.
- A little more dietary fibers in cauliflower than in white rice.
- A hell of a lot more vitamin C in cauliflower than in white rice.
- You can eat so much more cauliflower than white rice before reaching same amounts of calories and carbs as found in white rice.
- Cauliflower is great food for people following the Paleo style due to the low amount of carbs.
- Go buy some cauliflower!
* Above shown is the nutrition facts of cooked white rice – normally we work with raw products when analyzing nutrition facts, but I choose to show you otherwise because… Well, nobody eats raw white rice… And the comparison is much more understandable this way if you’re new at nutrition facts.
But just for the sake of good order, here’s the nutrition facts of raw white rice:
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