Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Cali'flour Kitchen Cookbook, Reviewed

I am a big fan of cauliflower, but if you are not, or if you think you’re not, this book is for you Cali’flour Kitchen contains 125 cauliflower-based recipes that will take you from breakfast all of the way through to dinner. For the first time ever, you will see cauliflower in a new light, and learn to embrace it as you never have.
You will learn, first off, how to make a cauliflower meal that will take you on quite an adventure through cauliflower-land. Anything that you’ve liked in the past that has been loaded with carbs, can be made without them by substituting cauliflower. I am talking sauces, spreads, cheeses, sandwiches, soups and salads, casseroles, party food, even pizza! The recipes are all easy to understand, and each one is color-coded to alert you as to whether or not it is gluten-free, grain free, Paleo, Keto, vegan, or dairy free.
The pictures are wonderful, and you are taken step-by-step via photos and text on how to make cauliflower meal, the basis for many of these dishes. After which you will learn how to make your own pizza crust, white bread, croutons, chips, and crackers. If cauliflower rice was your only experience with cauliflower, your eyes will be opened wide here.
You will even find cauliflower desserts that will allow you to have sweet treats without the guilt. The Chili Chocolate Pie looks phenomenal. Even kids will enjoy cauliflower being infused into their diet particularly if you serve it to them in the form of chocolate chip cookies.
This book will also inspire you to experiment on your own with cauliflower. I was so intrigued by the pizza crust that I made both hot and cold pizzas. The hot pizza, made better by being baked on a vented pizza pan, was as satisfying as a carb-laden one; the cold pizza, perfect as an afternoon snack, topped with herb cream cheese, slices of artichoke, and baby spinach.
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Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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