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Cauliflower "Rice" Stir-Fry

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This no-grain cauliflower dish is surprisingly hearty.

Source: Whole Living, January/February 2013
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  • serogi
    20 MAY, 2014
    I was intrigued by this recipe, I realized it was vegetarian but didn't really think about it being vegan. The cauliflower is kind of messy to make in the food processor, but it definitely works out better than you'd think. It almost tasted a bit like cous cous. Since I couldn't find a red chile in my stupid Safeway, I just used Sriracha - eyeball the amount after the vegetables have cooked a bit. I also added a little soy and vegetable stock to help the veggies along.
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  • MS10081441
    5 MAY, 2014
    Love these kinds of recipes!! Keep it coming. You're doing a great job!
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  • hana
    21 MAR, 2014
    how do you make a cleansing broth? there is not instructions for that. thank you.
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  • brandipaul
    17 JUL, 2013
    This is a little time consuming, however it is worth it for a VEGAN dinner its so great! Instead of the cleansing broth I just use veg. stock. makes it so much faster! You can also buy pre-cut broccoli and carrots and red pepper to cut down on time. I use coconut oil that has the coconut flavor and its amazing! My husband asks for this once a week! Make a wonderful summertime dinner!
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  • LWhite83
    20 MAR, 2013
    I found the prep therapeutic! I loved this recipe and it makes a lot! Definitely got my fill with this one because I couldn't put down my fork. Veggie cramp!
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  • badhairdayz
    12 MAR, 2013
    I doubled the recipe so we'd have enough for lunch the next day. I'm glad I did because it was delicious!! A lot of work, time and prep though. Precut veggies may not be the most economical but it would certainly make this dish more doable! I also used red pepper flakes in place of a small red chili. I'd make this again on a Friday or Saturday night when I have more time!
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  • smb123
    4 MAR, 2013
    Too much prep work for such a small amount of food. Taste was a bit bland for me. However I love the idea of the cauliflower "rice"!
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  • Skina3
    19 FEB, 2013
    Also, make sure to add the cilantro and pumpkin seeds, it's a great addition! I prefer using coconut oil too, it's very subtle and gives a slightly exotic hint to it :) almost like a super healthy dessert!
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  • Skina3
    19 FEB, 2013
    Me and my sister love this dish! It's worth all the effort, all of the ingredients work really well together :) this is a keeper for us!
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  • ElleKotzen
    17 FEB, 2013
    My favorite Week 1 dish so far. Will definitely make in the future. My only gripe is that it took nearly an hour to prepare!
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