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This video has some of the best camera angles, specifically the overheads, so you can see the actions she makes.
My grandkids love to help with this in the kitchen
I found a great 2 ingredient pizza crust recipe using eggs and cauliflower. It's easy and delicious too. I bake the "crust" and then I add my pizza toppings and cook until they are done. So much better for me (as I am diabetic) and so guilt free. :)
I like the stems
I cut the stems from either vegetable into smaller pieces and use them in stir fry or hide them in the soup or under the cheese sauce. Husband doesn't have a clue, otherwise he would never eat those parts!
Just wish the volume on the video was equal to that of the ads. I don't have external speakers so have difficulty hearing her.
Wow this would be super easy and sounds yummy!
Ca't see the video
Where's the video?
There was no video on this.
Glad to learn how to do this. I had never tried cauliflower until I was 52. Only tried it then because it was raw at a salad bar. Been buying it frozen since then. I'm sure it will be less expensive to buy it fresh, then freeze leftovers.
Audio was hard to hear. Good video
Keeping fresh veggies on hand is a wonderful help to weight loss.
I cook the stalk with the broccoli heads by peeling just as Meg does, then slice to about the diameter of a straw and cook. It's good! I place in the bottom of the pot/pan because they do take a little longer to cook. Add some Mrs. Dash seasoning and you are good to go!
Never thought to purée the stock. Ty
I had trouble hearing the audio on this video
We already do this at home but it's wonderful you are showing others that might be new to these wonderful veggies. Thanks for sharing your secrets.
Easier to make sure things are really clean too!
This was very helpful and will me save some money by cutting it up myself.
You make it look easy. I like the idea of involving the kids. I know what my son will be doing tonight.