Cauliflower Pizza is one of the low-carb healthy alternatives to pizza dough that has the most success lately. Unfortunately, fake advertising is a real plague when it comes to healthy foods. Unethical companies would call anything “healthy” or “diabetes-friendly” only to sell it more. Cauliflower pizzas don’t escape from this harsh reality, and some products are nothing but scams and shameless nutritional lies.
I thought it was necessary to investigate, dig deeper into the subject, and scrutinise the products that they’re trying to sell us. Are they really healthier than regular pizzas? What does it actually taste like? What are the real healthy products v. the scams? Here’s my ultimate guide to cauliflower pizzas!
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“Cauliflower” actually refers to the pizza crust. To be more accurate, we should call it “cauliflower-crusted pizza”. No way a reasonable person would actually top a pizza with cauliflower, right? I wouldn’t! Cauliflower crust is advertised to be the healthiest substitute to regular pizza dough. The “real” products are gluten-free. And most of them are (very) low-carb which is perfect for diabetic, ketogenic, and weight-loss diets. Here’s what is is, what it tastes like, and why it has become so popular!
Depending on whether you buy industrial cauliflower pizza crust or if you bake it yourself, ingredients vary quite a lot. The “cauliflower” stamp is no guarantee that you’re automatically getting a “healthy” product. It’s important to look at both the ingredients list and the nutrition facts.
I’ve done the painstaking inspection of most-sold cauliflower pizza crusts and was spooked by the huge ingredients variations from one product to the other.
I’ve compared the ingredients list from 5 of the most sold cauliflower crust. While some are made of only 4 clean ingredients, others show a list of more than 10 ones including additives. Mainly though, their composition is ok and none of them contain “very bad things”.
Caulipower‘s famous cauliflower crust has the longest list of ingredients, followed by Rich’s Home‘s. Both of them contain rice flour, starch, and added sugar. If you’re on a low-carb or diabetic diet, forget about them.
On the other hand, Cali’Flour, 365 Whole Foods, and Outer Aisle have a clean simple composition with only 4 ingredients, no added sugar, and no starch. They are the best and healthiest for diabetes-friendly, low-carb, ketogenic, and weight-loss diets.
If you are vegan or dairy-free diet, you’d prefer Rich’s Homes cauliflower crust.
The best way to control the ingredients is of course cooking your own cauliflower crust. Recipes are very easy and usually include only a few basic ingredients such as cauliflower, mozzarella cheese, and eggs.
If you follow a special diet, there are thousands of recipes online that have adapted cauliflower crust to grain-free, vegan, or dairy-free diets.
I first thought that cauliflower pizza sounded too healthy to taste good. I’m very much into healthy food, especially since I’ve been diagnosed with diabetes, but days I’m fancying a pizza are not my healthiest days. To be honest, eating a cauliflower-crusted pizza does not feel exactly the same as eating a “real” pizza. But it’s not that far away from it.
It does have a hint of cauliflower taste, but it’s only a hint. I did not feel like I was eating a plate of cauliflower. Plus, if you don’t like the taste of cauliflower, strong-taste toppings easily hide it (blue cheese, barbecue sauce, black olives, fresh basil…). Anyway, taste is such a personal thing. You’d need to try it for yourself!
If baked properly, a cauliflower crust can be crunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside.
Society has recently entered a new era of food-consciousness, promoting healthy natural products rather than processed gluttonous foods. Cauliflower pizza naturally rides that wave, offering an healthy substitute to popular traditional pizzas.
In 2017, entrepreneur Gail Becket launched Caulipower, her new concept of cauliflower-crusted pizza. Since then, she’s been selling a cauliflower pizza every 3 seconds! More companies have jumped into the carb-free pizza market and a large choice of products are now available in most grocery stores.
Not only food stores sell cauliflower pizzas. In January 2018, the California Pizza Kitchen came up with its own cauliflower crust. Over 10% of CPK pizzas are now ordered with a cauliflower crust! Today, a good number of pizza chains offer the cauliflower alternative to their clients, including Blaze’s Pizza and Jet’s Pizza.
The “cauliflower” thing is not only about pizzas! Walking around the alleys of your grocery store, you’ll notice something peculiar: most high-carbohydrate products now have a low-carb alternative made from cauliflower. You can find cauliflower rice, cauliflower sandwich thins, cauliflower crackers, cauliflower wraps, cauliflower gnocchi… and the list goes on and on. They’re usually healthier choices to enjoy your favourite foods within low-carb, diabetic, ketogenic, gluten-free, or weight-loss diets.
So, cauliflower pizza is a good idea with a pretty story. Now let’s find out if it’s actually a healthy one!
If you’re looking for ways to eat pizzas within a healthier lifestyle, cauliflower crust is definitely a good start. It’s less heavy, less “carby”, less calorific, and more nutritive than regular pizza dough. It’s only a start though: the overall nutritional balance depends on your pizza toppings and sauces, side dishes, desserts and drinks.
Now, as said before, some cauliflower products are real scams that food companies are trying to sell you as “healthy” while they’re absolutely not! Legally, nothing prohibits companies to label “cauliflower crust” any crust that has 1% of cauliflower and 99% of wheat. Yes, cauliflower crust is healthier than pizza dough… if it’s actually a cauliflower crust!
It’s impossible to give you an exact nutrition table as nutrients vary a lot from one product to the other. To give you an idea, I’ve made a comparison table of the main macro-nutrients from the 5 most sold cauliflower pizza crusts.
Depending on the product, calories can double and carbs can multiply by 10. Caulipower is by far the most calorific and high-carb of all. Then comes Rich’s Homes. On the other hand Outer Aisle, Cali’flour, and 365 Whole Foods are much less caloric and contain much less carbohydrates, being the most adapted to low-carb, diabetes-friendly, ketogenic, and weight-loss diets.
Nevertheless and despite these huge number differences, we can conclude a few things about cauliflower crusts nutrition facts.
Taking Calipower’s and Rich’s Homes’ crusts apart, cauliflower pizza crust is supposed to be low-carb. In fact, it’s even the reason why it was invented. The idea behind it is to substitute high-carb flour with cauliflower in order to cut the carbs and have a more nutritionally balanced meal.
Recipes for home-made cauliflower pizza crusts are pretty much all low-carb and do not include any flour, starch, nor added sugar. A shame some industrial crusts do…
A traditional pizza crust averages 350 calories per 100g. The numbers from the last table clearly show that most cauliflower pizza crust is much less caloric than regular crust.
Outer Aisle’s cauliflower crust is the less caloric of all, and about twice less caloric than regular pizza crust (with only 169 calories / 100g). On the other hand, with its 327 calories / 100g, the famous Caulipower’s is almost as caloric as regular pizza!
Fat content per 100g of cauliflower crust averages 10g (13 for some, 7 for others). That’s because most of them are made with cheese and/or vegetable oil. On the other hand, regular pizza crust contains almost no fat as it’s made from flour, yeast, water and salt (and sometimes olive oil). Cauliflower crust is good for you’re on a keto diet (low-carb, high-fat). And if you want to limit your fat intake, it’s actually not that big of a problem as it’s easy to compensate: just add a bit less of cheese toppings!
But so is regular pizza dough! Fibers are mostly contained in whole grain or whole wheat pizza crusts (which are also higher in carb). Regular pizza crust is made with refined flour that is also low in fibers. You need fibers in a healthy and nutritionally balanced diet, and a high-fiber diet can help you loose weight.
Unfortunately, cauliflower crusts do not contain enough fibers. If you’re looking for the perfect nutritional meal, you can compensate that lack of fibers with high-fiber toppings or side dishes. Mushrooms, Black beans, Spinach, Broccoli, Asparagus, etc…
That’s a part nutritionists won’t like, but it’s true! If you’re like me and don’t want to cut your pizza night short with only one lonely slice of pizza, you’d be happy to know that (most) cauliflower pizza crusts weight much less than regular pizza crusts. What does it mean? Well, that all the above numbers and nutrition facts work for grams, not for slices!
Let’s take an example. Boboli’s famous pizza crust weights around 400g. If you eat 100g of it, you’re only eating a quarter of a pizza (2 slices, right?). Now, Cali’flour and Caulipower’s crusts both weight 150g. So, if you eat 100g of it you’re getting 2/3 of a pizza. And that’s more than 5 slices! YEAH!
Cauliflower pizza does sound like you’re gonna ingest a whole lot of cauliflower and that it could count for 2 or 3 of your 5 daily recommended vegetables servings. Sorry, but it does not! Even though it is part of a better nutritional plan, cauliflower pizza crust does not contain that much cauliflower as you’d think. At least, not the store-bought ones!
Let’s estimate that there is (at the most!) 1 cup of cauliflower per cauliflower pizza crust. That makes 1 vegetable serving only, and that’s if you’re eating the whole crust! Now, if you top your pizza with plenty of vegetable toppings, you might reach 2 servings of vegetables.
Actually, the recommended serving size for cauliflower pizza crust is about 1/3 of crust. So 1/3 cup of cauliflower. Hum… if you want to eat all of you daily recommended vegetables in your pizza, you’d have you top 1/3 of pizza with 4+2/3 cup of vegetables! That’s funny.
Cauliflower pizza easily adapts to many special diets. We’re all more conscious about food and about what ingredients make us feel good or bad. More and more of us choose to follow selective diets, whether it is for health, environment, and/or moral reasons. Traditional pizza doesn’t fit within these diets, and many of us are looking for alternative ways to eat pizzas. Cauliflower pizza can be eaten (or easily adapted) within the following diets.
Of course, the first that comes to mind is the diabetic diet, or low-carb diet. Cauliflower pizza crust is much lower in carb than regular pizza crust, which allow diabetics to enjoy pizza without spiking their blood sugar levels. If you have diabetes like me, be careful though which cauliflower crust you’re buying. As we’ve seen above, they’re not all “diabetes-friendly”.
The ketogenic diet is based on a low-carb and high-fat intake. If you’re on it, you should definitely try cauliflower pizza. Cali’Flour would best suit you: it’s among the lowest in carb and the highest in fat! And personally, it’s my favorite (taste-wise).
Cauliflower pizza is gluten-free. Every store-bought crust that I know of is gluten-free. Even if some contain flour, they’re all gluten-free flour such as rice flour, chickpea flour, or even almond flour.
Most of the store-bought cauliflower crusts are not vegan and contain eggs and/or cheese. If you’re vegan or on a dairy-free diet, the most fitted crust for you is Rich’s Homes. It’s actually the only one I’ve found that is vegan and dairy-free.
I’ve tested and scrutinised pre-made cauliflower pizza crusts in order to give you a personal opinion. I’ve based my reviews on 3 main criteria: nutritional balance, taste, and texture. As I don’t like to criticise, I’m only talking here about the ones that I’ve liked the most and/or that have the best overall reviews from other costumers! One thing is clear: if you want low-carb cauliflower pizza crusts, you only have 2 options: Cali’flour or Outer Aisle. Unfortunately, the other ones are NOT low-carb.
Cali’Flour Foods fresh cauliflower pizza base is by far my favourite one. With the variety pack, you get to taste 3 different natural flavours: original Italian, spicy jalapeño, and sweet red pepper. What I love the most about Cali’Flour crust is its minimalist ingredients list: fresh cauliflower, Mozzarella cheese, and egg whites (+spices and herbs). No preservatives, no added sugars, no hidden useless s***. Texture is great too. If well baked, it gets crunchy on the outside and stay a bit chewy inside.
Cali’Flour and Outer Aisle’s are nutritionally the best and healthiest cauliflower pizza crusts you’ll ever find. Cali’Flour wins the taste point for its variety pack!
Just like Cali’Flour, Outer Aisle PlantPower cauliflower pizza crust is nutritionally impeccable. Only 4 ingredients: cauliflower, parmesan cheese, eggs and yeast. That’s it! It’s the less calorific of all cauliflower crusts with only 169 calories/100g. And it’s the highest in proteins with 14g/100g. It’s very easy to prepare (see instructions under). Taste and texture are great! They use to have a Jalapeño flavour one but I have not tried it yet as it seems to be currently unavailable. It also makes amazing low-carb diabetes-friendly wraps!
Taste and texture-wise, 365 Whole Foods Market frozen ready-to-bake cauliflower crust is absolutely the best. Perfect combination of crispy / chewy, just like I love pizza dough to be. And taste is great! The only down side: it is not low-carb! With 25% of carbohydrate content, it’s not really suited for diabetics like me, and neither it is for people who are on a low-carb or ketogenic diet.
If it’s not your case, it’s probably the best one you can get, and one of the cheapest ones! Cauliflower pizza crust being a trendy-food, prices are quite high sometimes. This crust is only &5.99!
Caulipower is the first company to have launched the concept of cauliflower-crusted pizzas. Texture-wise, it’s definitely the best I’ve ever tried and the most pizza-like. Taste is great too, but I do have a small preference for the taste of Cali’Flour. If you want cauliflower crust because you’re really into healthy foods, Caulipower is not your best choice though. Its ingredients list is unecessarily extensive, and it’s packed with carbs (brown rice flour, rice flour, corn starch, tapioca starch, and added sugar!). It’s also the most calorific one with more than 300 calories/100g. Almost as much as regular pizza!
If you’re on a low-carb or diabetic diet, I would not recommend you get Caulipower crust. Cali’Flour and Outer Aisle are much more suited for you.
Rich’s Home Cauliflower pizza crust is probably the only pre-made option for vegans and dairy-free diets. It does not contain any eggs nor cheese. It’s nutritionally ok, but not the best, as it’s quite caloric and high-carb with 235 calories and 39g of carbohydrates per 100g. It’s not that far from normal pizza dough.
That being said, taste and texture are both enjoyable! The crust is probably the crispiest of all and holds up very well the weight of toppings.
Trader Joe’s frozen cauliflower crust was among the first ones to be commercialised. It’s not sold online so you have to find it in your nearby stores. I don’t live in the USA so I have not been able to taste it myself and I can’t grade it for taste and texture. I’ve read on various online forum that it’s pretty good!
On the nutritional side though, it’s not that good… It’s low in calories (160 for 100g) but it’s packed with starch, corn, and potatoes, which does not make it a low-carb products for diabetic nor ketogenic diets. One fact I’m suspicious about: there is olive oil in the ingredients list, but its nutritional facts show 0g of fat, which is a bit weird. Anyway, it’s an option for vegans and dairy-free diets!
Another vegan and dairy-free frozen version of cauliflower pizza crust. Just like for Trader Joe’s, I have not tasted Green Giant’s crust myself. On the nutritional side, it’s not suitable for low-carb, diabetic, and ketogenic diets, and it contains quite a lot of carbohydrates (32%), due to its high content in rice flour, corn starch, corn flour and cornmeal. How is it possible that they advertise on the fact that it is supposedly made with 80% cauliflower? If cauliflower has almost no carb at all and represents 80% of the ingredients, how come the crust is 32% carbs? Either numbers are not right, or it’s false advertising. Anyway, for those who don’t care about the sugars, I’ve read it does taste great!
Now let’s have a quick look at oven-ready cauliflower pizzas! If you don’t have time nor energy to prepare your own toppings and bake your own cauliflower-crusted pizza, there are some tasty and healthy oven-ready choices for you!
Again, fake advertising is king in the cauliflower pizza market. Many companies try to sell their products as “low-carb”, “healthy”, “keto”, or “diabetes-friendly” when they don’t fit at all within these special diets. Most of us are looking for cauliflower pizzas with the intent to lower carbohydrates and/or calories intake. You’d be outraged to see that out of the 7 most sold oven-ready cauliflower pizzas, only 4 are actually low-carb, and only 4 are less calorific than regular pizzas. For the other ones, you might as well eat regular pizza!
The numbers speak for themselves! I’ve put together the following comparison table of the 7 most sold cauliflower pizzas. I’ve done the maths and re-calculated the nutritional facts for 1/3 of each pizza. Click on the product name or scroll down the article for detailed information.
If you are on a gluten-free diet, forget about Oprah’s. It’s actually neither low-carb, neither less-caloric, and neither gluten-free. It’s not even a cauliflower pizza.
Nutritionally the best one without any doubt. It’s the lowest calories / carb combo on the market, with only 16g of carbohydrates and 220 calories for 1/3 of pizza. It’s low-carb, low-fat, and low-calories. It’s perfectly suited for diabetes-friendly and weight-loss diets.
Now, there’s one (big) downside about it: costumers reviews. Taste seems to be the problem here. I have not tasted it myself, but I’m quite curious. Its nutritional facts are so good, it would be a shame not to give it a try. Please, if you’ve tasted it, comment our post and give us your opinion!
Real Good Foods Low-carb Pepperoni Cauliflower pizza is the lowest-carb cauliflower pizza with only 15g carbs per 1/3 of pizza. It’s 45g per entire pizza, which is about the same carb amount than one slice of regular pizza! But it’s very caloric due to its high fat content (39g per serving).
If you’re on a ketogenic diet (low-carb, high-fat) it’s by far your best choice. But not if you’re trying to loose weight! Costumers reviews show they’re satisfied with its taste and texture.
I did not know the SkinnyPizza company before investigating for this article, but it looks like an amazing choice! Again, I haven’t been able to taste it myself yet. Nutritionally, it’s a great choice. It’s a bit higher in carbohydrates than the last two, but 25g per 1/3 of pizza is still reasonable and much less than regular pizza. It’s low-fat, and low-calories. A great product for those who want a diabetes-friendly pizza or are trying to loose weight.
An extra point for SkinnyPizza: costumers reviews show it does taste great and the crust is thin and crispy!
Caulipower is the first company that has launched the concept of cauliflower-crusted pizzas. Just like its plain cauliflower pizza crust, it’s oven-ready pizzas are absolutely delicious. But on the nutritional side, they lack what is of most interest to me: the low-carb point. It contains 33g of carbohydrates per 1/3 of pizza. It’s still less than traditional pizza, but not low enough to be called “diabetes-friendly” nor “low-carb”.
What I love about Caulipower though, is its wide variety of cauliflower oven-ready pizzas: Margherita, Three cheese, Veggie, Uncured turkey Pepperoni, and more!
Many of you asked about Milton’s Craft Bakers cauliflower pizzas sold at Costco. Nutritionally, they’re not the best ones, especially due the crust’s relatively high content of carbohydrates (it contains rice flour, starch, and added sugar). It’s not low-fat either (19g per 1/3 of pizza). But, to see the brighter side, it is still less carby and less caloric than regular pizzas. It’s worth a try! You can choose between Meat lovers, Margherita, Roasted Vegetables, and Four Cheese pizzas. They’re not sold online, but you can view MCB Store Locator here.
After Caulipower, Trader Joe’s was the second company to launch its cauliflower-crusted pizzas. Nutritionally, it’s much better than its competitor. Lower carbs, lower calories, and apparently better taste. This is based on what I’ve read, as I have not tasted it myself yet. It’s a good choice for diabetics, and ketogenic diets. Trader Joe’s cheese pizza is not sold online. You can find it at the company stores for $4.99.
You’d be happy to know that, if you do not have a CPK restaurant nearby, you can find their frozen cauliflower-crusted versions in nearby stores. CPK’s frozen cauliflower pizzas are sold in Target, Walmart, and some other grocery stores. You can choose between the uncured pepperoni, mushroom and Italian sausage one, or an artisanal style cheesy pizza. I heard they were both delicious. Nutritionally, they’re not the best, but not the worst either. Count around 300 calories per 1/3 of pizza, 30g of carbs, and 15g of fat. It’s not really low-carb, nor weight-loss friendly. But it’s still a bit better than regular pizza.
Oprah’s cauliflower pizza is actually a “Classic Crust with a Cauliflower Twist”. They’re not lying about it, but I’m just wondering why you would make such a product if not only to ride the cauliflower crust’s wave of popularity. To me, there’s absolutely no point in adding cauliflower to a regular pizza crust. The result is a gluten, high-carb, very calorific, and high-fat pizza. You might as well eat a normal pizza: it will be nutritionally as terrible, but at least it will taste better!
Cauliflower pizzas are now available in restaurants. Big pizza companies have jumped into the cauliflower world and now feature the healthy alternative crust on their menu. Check at your local pizza restaurant, it might have it! Here are the pizza chains that have the best cauliflower pizzas to eat on site, take away, or get delivered at home.
The California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) was the very first pizza chain to launch a cauliflower-crusted pizza. It’s been a huge success, as the company reports that today more than 10% of its pizzas are ordered with a cauliflower crust. You can find CPK in more than 250 locations, 30 states and 11 countries, and major airports all over the world.
CPK Cauliflower Crust Ingredients: cauliflower, mozzarella cheese, rice flour, tapioca starch, water, egg whites, rice starch, sugar, yeast, salt, garlic powder, Italian seasoning, xanthan gum.
Blaze Pizza is another US company that offers cauliflower-crusted pizzas. Actually, not only does it offer cauliflower crust, but it also has a whole lot of special-diets adapted pizzas. You can order keto crust, vegan crust, crustless pizza, gluten-free crust, etc. And their packaging are eco-friendly.
What I love the most about Blaze Pizza is its online Nutrition Calculator. While you build your own pizza, choose your crust, select your sauce, and add your toppings, you get all the nutritional infos of each ingredient adding up to give you a total nutrition facts sheet. There’s no hidden ingredient, no hidden fat, ni hidden carbs: you can totally build your own nutritional pizza depending on what nutrients you want or don’t want. With more than 300 locations in the USA, and some in Canada, you can pick up or get your pizza delivered pretty much everywhere.
Blaze Pizza Cauliflower Crust Ingredients: Cauliflower, Low Moisture Mozzarella Cheese, Rice Flour, Tapioca Starch, Water, Egg Whites, Rice Starch, Modified Food Starch, Yeast, Sugar, Salt, Cultured Brown Rice, Garlic Powder, Italian Seasoning, Xanthan Gum. Blaze Pizza Cauliflower Crust Nutritional Facts (per slice): Calories: 90, Carbs: 15, Fat: 2,5 Protein: 4.
Jet’s Pizza is another famous pizza chain that offer a healthy low-carb cauliflower crust alternative that you can order with any of the pizzas on its menu. It has hundreds of locations in 19 states.
Jet’s Pizza Cauliflower Crust Ingredients: Cauliflower, Low Moisture Mozzarella Cheese, Rice Flour, Water, Egg Whites, Rice Starch, Milled Flaxseeds, Yeast, Sugar, Salt, Cultured Brown Rice, Italian Seasoning, Garlic Powder.
Califlower Pizza is a new Californian pizza company that specialises in cauliflower and vegan crusted pizzas. Its cauliflower crust is gluten-free, soy-free, nut-free, yeast-free, low fat and low-carb. Count 130 calories per slice of cheese pizza (half of the calories of a typical pizza) and 12 net carbs per slice (1/3 of typical pizza). Califlower Pizza also offers a 100% plant-based and dairy-free vegan crust.
They only have a few locations for now: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and Columbus., but are supposed to open new ones soon. Keep an eye out!
Piegoly is a California- based pizza chain that has now 140 locations in 23 American states (with more than half of its restaurants located in California). It offers a low-carb keto-friendly cauliflower-crusted versions of its delicious pizzas. Piegoly’s website also features a Nutrition Calculator, allowing your to precisely calculate the nutrition facts of your pizza while building it.
Piegoly Cauliflower Crust Ingredients: Cauliflower, Low Moisture Mozzarella Cheese, Rice Flour, Tapioca Starch, Water, Egg Whites, Rice Starch, Modified Food Starch, Sugar, Yeast, Salt, Cultured Brown Rice, Garlic Powder, Italian Seasoning, Xanthan Gum. Piegoly Cauliflower Crust Nutrition Facts (per slice): Calories: 60, Carbs: 9, Fat: 1.5, Protein: 2.
Pie Five Pizza Co. is a Texas-based fast growing pizza chain that’s already in 11 US States: Texas, California, Oregon, Oklahoma, Kansas, Arkansas, Missouri, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, and Mississippi. It’s Cauliflower and Almond Flour crusted pizzas are a great success and the company says they’re selling thousands of them each day.
Here’s a quick access to it’s online Nutrition Calculator.
Have you eaten a tasty cauliflower-crusted pizza from a pizza company that’s not from that list? Please, comment this article and let us know so we can add it up!
Most of the above pizza companies deliver cauliflower pizzas to your door: Blaze Pizza, California Kitchen Pizza, Jet’s Pizza, Califlower Pizza, Piegoly, Pie Five Pizza Co. Check on their website to see if they deliver in your area!
Of course, you can also cook your own Cauliflower pizza at home! Cauliflower crust is really not a hard thing to make. It only takes 20 minutes, requires no specific cooking skills and just a few simple ingredients:
Here comes the end of our Ultimate Guide to Cauliflower Pizzas. I hope it’s been useful to you! Please, do not hesitate to leave a comment and share your own experience in the cauliflower world!