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Green Cauliflower (Each)

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Description/Taste:
Green cauliflower, often referred to as broccoflower, is a hybrid between broccoli and cauliflower. It shares a similar shape to traditional white cauliflower but boasts a vibrant lime-green colour. The taste of green cauliflower is a delightful blend of both its parent vegetables: the mild nuttiness of cauliflower combined with the slightly sweeter and earthier tones of broccoli. Its texture is firm and crunchy when raw, softening to a tender bite when cooked.

Seasons/Availability:
In the UK, green cauliflowers are available for a good portion of the year, primarily from late summer to early winter. While they are not as common as white cauliflower, their popularity has been on the rise due to their unique appearance and flavour.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Green cauliflower can be used in much the same way as its white counterpart. It can be roasted, steamed, grilled, or even riced. Due to its vibrant colour, it adds a visual pop to dishes, making it a favourite for salads and stir-fries. It pairs well with robust flavours like garlic, cheese, and tangy vinaigrettes, as well as with milder ingredients like pasta and creamy sauces.

History:
The green cauliflower, or broccoflower, was developed as a hybrid to combine the best traits of both broccoli and cauliflower. Its introduction to markets in the late 20th century was met with intrigue, and it has since become a novel addition to the brassica family of vegetables. In the UK, it's celebrated for offering a twist on two beloved staples, adding a splash of colour and a unique flavour profile to traditional dishes.
SKU: CAUGE
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