Yes. I kid you not.
In ‘The Cauliflower Diet’ I’ve got recipes that use the cauliflower as a substitute for rice, wheat, potatoes and flour. You will find ‘Spinach Risotto’ (meaning I’m using cauliflower instead of risotto). Or Sushi, where there’s no real rice… only Cauliflower Rice.
Forty two original and unique recipes featuring cuisines from China, Japan, India and of course, the United States. Whatever your taste, there’s a recipe to feed it.
The simple premise is that since the cauliflower is so low in carbs, it is perfect for any dieter who is cutting back on either carbohydrates or calories. It doesn’t matter if you’re a vegetarian, a vegan or a meat eater. This diet will work for everyone.
The best part is that the dieter doesn’t have to change his or her food habits. If it’s dal and rice… it can now be dal and Cauliflower Rice. Or if it’s Chicken Curry and Rice, it can now be Chicken Curry and Cauliflower Rice. You get the picture.
500 gms of cooked Cauliflower Rice, that can feed 4 to 6 people comfortably contains only 12.5 gms in carbohydrate and all the nutritional benefits mentioned in the book.
In comparison, 500 gms of white rice contains 143 gms of carbohydrate and almost no fibre.
But the book is not only about health. It’s about taste. About recipes that can help people lose weight while not struggling too much with horrible diets that taste terrible.
Th Cauliflower Diet is a game-changer and a life-changer. And it’s so easy to do.