The Cauliflower Craze

Move over, kale. The latest “It” vegetable has prompted headlines in publications as disparate as Forbes (Is Cauliflower the New Kale?), GQ (Please Stop Calling Things ‘The New Kale’), and even Teen Vogue (4 Reasons Why Cauliflower is the New Kale). Before it was “riced,” added to pizza crust and pretzels, made into gnocchi, and […]

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