A member of the cabbage family, Cauliflower can be found in several colorful varieties, including white, pale green, orange and purple. Cauliflower is a flower that has not finished developing, causing the curd-like, edible head found when leaves are removed from the plant. White cauliflower has the same sweet, nutty, crunchy texture and flavor as…

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Normally broccoli is a last minute guest invited to our table.  It is so versatile and easy to just steam or saute it plus everyone in our family loves it so it’s not a hard sell at all.  It is very good roasted!  Just tried this for the first time myself  recently (yes, I test…

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This recipe comes from Robbie, who manages the produce stands at Moorpark and Somis and the farmers’ markets.  She likes it because it is super low in carbs and prefers it when it’s cold rather than hot out of the oven.  You can get creative with this one with the toppings! Crust 2 cups shredded…

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1 head of cauliflower, cut into even sized florets 2 T olive oil 5-6 cloves of garlic Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste 1 T butter or coconut oil 1 onion, finely chopped 2 T. Cornstarch or Arrowroot 2 cups of chicken broth 1 cup of whole milk or coconut milk 1 T dry…

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(Artichokes, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Leeks, Bell Peppers, Lemon, Green Butter Lettuce) Beer: White Ale (4.5%) Brewery: Telegraph Style: Belgian Witbier Serving: Tulip 45°-50° General description and suggestion:  Witbiers are one of the oldest beer styles in Europe, nearly 500 years old.  This style would have became another casualty of the lite pale lager invasion if not for…

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