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Started by: contro
On: 18/03/2018 | 16:44
Replies: 17
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by: contro
on: 18/03/2018 | 16:44

I'm a lover of Cauliflower, but the last few months have seen them all small and at generally £1 each. 

 

I find them quite strong tasting lately and it's putting me off them .

 

Anyone else notice ?

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by: revjonty
on: 18/03/2018 | 16:59
Cauliflower tastes how I imagine a fart would if it was a vegetable. Subsequently I have noticed no difference.

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by: themzbiker
on: 18/03/2018 | 17:26

i find cauliflower doesn't really 

have much of a taste when you

boil in pan of water it tastes of 

water 

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by: frenchielove
on: 18/03/2018 | 17:29

It is one of my favourite veg @contro always was, but not boiled to a pulp. I either steam, fry or bake, but my favourite is done Indian style, absolutely delicious! 

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by: contro
on: 18/03/2018 | 17:33

frenchielove wrote:

It is one of my favourite veg @contro always was, but not boiled to a pulp. I either steam, fry or bake, but my favourite is done Indian style, absolutely delicious! 

Ooh @frenchielove

Never heard of it Indian styled, I love it, it's just been Overstrong lately 

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by: pault1974
on: 18/03/2018 | 17:41

I quite like Cauliflower Cheese.

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by: contro
on: 18/03/2018 | 17:48

@frenchielove

I will, I cook Indian food often, thanks 

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by: kate1028
on: 18/03/2018 | 18:40

Not keen @contro - but we buy it for the dog, along with sprouts.  Yes, she likes meat too, but offer her a sprout, a piece of cauli and a bit of chicken and she will always go for the veg first.  Strange dog (but a real sweetheart) Smiley Happy

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by: baconbutty
on: 18/03/2018 | 19:21

You can buy frozen  Cauliflower Cheese in Lidl I love it.

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