What are Baby Cauliflower?
Baby colored cauliflower are miniature versions of conventional cauliflower, about 2-4 inch diameter. The orange and purple cauliflower are higher in antioxidants than white cauliflower. Purple cauliflower’s true origin is not known, but the purple color is natural. It is the antioxidant anthocyanin that gives it the purple pigment. Although it may look different than the popular white variety, the taste is just the same. The mild, sweet, and nutty flavor of traditional cauliflower is still present in these colorful florets.
How to Eat
- Baby colored cauliflower are perfect simply steamed as a colorful side dish or puréed. Great for adding color to fresh veggie platters. The beautiful colors do not fade when they are cooked!
- High in vitamin C.
How to Choose
- Choose tight, compact heads with firmly attached jacket leaves.
How to Store
- Store refrigerated up to 7 days.
When are they in season?
Where are they grown?
- Product of U.S.A.
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