Cauliflower

Cauliflower is a plant in the same family as broccoli and cabbage, and has been selectively bred over centuries to retain it's characteristics.
Early development and cultivation started in the Mediterainian area, possibly Syria or Cyprus, and spread from there throughout Europe and the world.

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Cauliflower, Raw
Common Names: Cauliflower
Equivalents:
1 head = 4 cups florets
Cauliflower florets are great in soups, as a side dish smothered with cheese sauce, served raw, or separated and used in a stir fry. Select heads that are heavy for their size.
Substitutes: broccoflower or broccoli.
Head, Large
6"-7" Dia
840g 29.6oz
Head, Medium
5"-6" Dia 575g 20.3oz
Head, Small
4" Dia 265g 9.3oz
Floweret

13g 0.5oz
Cup

100g 3.5oz
Cauliflower, Green, Raw
Common Names: Broccoflower or green cauliflower.
Equivalents: 1 head = 2-3/4 cups florets.
This is a green variety of cauliflower with the same uses. Select heads that are heavy for their size.
Substitutes: cauliflower or broccoli.
Head, Large
6"-7" Dia 511g 18oz
Head, Medium
5"-6" Dia
431g 15.2oz
Head, Small
4" Dia
325g 11.5oz
Floweret

25g 0.9oz
Cup

64g 2.3oz

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