It's still winter, so a tasty recipe that brings a dose of vitamin C with it? Well, that's just a bonus! Cauliflower is a versatile veggie that even comes in a bunch of colors. Along with the familiar white, you can find cauliflower in green, purple and orange.
Are you sick of those lingering winter colds? You might be able to eat your way to better health! Low in calories and high in fiber, cauliflower is a great source of vitamin C (one serving has 40 percent of your daily dose). It's loaded with antioxidants and has anti-inflammatory properties. Sounds good, right?
Eliminating meat from your diet even one day a week can help keep your weight down, fight diseases, reduce pollution and even help you avoid the risk of food-borne illnesses. Cutting back on meat is good for the environment, too. Something to think about: Anywhere from 1,800-2,500 gallons of water go into producing a pound of beef vs. 220 gallons of water for a pound of tofu. Learn more about going meatless on Mondays.
If you think you're at a loss for what to serve as part of a meatless meal plan, think again -- your options are limitless! Sautéed cauliflower with olives and orange zest is a great side dish recipe that you can serve just about any time of year.
Cauliflower is a versatile and nutritious veggie (just look at the colors you can choose from). Give it a try!
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