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  • For any recipe that asks for cauliflower, you can replace with broccoflower! Be prepared for a bit of a greenish hue for any recipes that depend on cauliflower’s white colour.
  • Cut from the stem rather from the top of the florets to retain as much of the floret as possible. This also makes for an easier clean up!
  • Ensure you wash broccoflower just before you’re about to prepare it. The broccoflower will last longer if you keep it wrapped in its original store packaging.
  • Raw broccoflower tastes more like cauliflower, but cooked it has a hint of sweetness that’s more like broccoli. Adjust your recipe to better enjoy those flavours!


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