During the hot months many of us want to limit using the oven for roasting cauliflower, yet we still want the cauliflower. Why not boil it instead? Comes out great! Easy to make and use!

Serves 6 sides


1 head fresh cauliflower, cut stalk off flush with bottom, remove leaves, wash, slice off any dark spots – keep the head in one piece

lots of water

lots of salt

about 2 c. light vinegar

1- Bring large pot of water with lots of salt and about 2 cups white or apple vinegar (the cheap kind) to a boil.

2- Place cauliflower gently in pot. Bring back to boil and keep at medium-high heat. Cover and cook till fork-tender.

3- Turn heat off and carefully remove cauliflower to bowl and cool at room temperature.

4- Place in sealed plastic bag and refrigerate till ready to use.

Notes: Use in any dish calling for cooked cauliflower.


Published by Sharon Lee Davies-Tight, artist, writer/author, animal-free chef, activist

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