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Synonyms for cauliflower

a plant having a large edible head of crowded white flower buds

compact head of white undeveloped flowers

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Market Committee Inspector Muhamad Riaz said that the late rains damaged crops of cauliflowers and brinjal, thus impacting their market arrivals.
You do this by bending the inner leaves over the curd and tying them with string, or by pegging them together to secure them in place to keep the cauliflower white and delay the time when the flowers will open up.
You do this by bending the inner leaves over the curd and tying them with string, or by pegging them together to secure them to keep the cauliflower white and delay the time when the flowers will open up.
As The Grocer went to press, on-shelf cauliflowers were cheaper than last year.
Cauliflower is a cool season crop, closely related to broccoli, cabbage, kale, turnips, and mustard.
Grown in Lincolnshire, the coloured cauliflowers are all naturally produced but have been crossed with other types of the brassica family, which includes green cabbage and broccoli, to make exciting colour variations and boost falling sales.
Curry and cauliflowers are a wonderful combination but you could try a chilli mayonnaise or mango chutney.
EXPERT GROWER: Clifford Minshull clearly knows a thing or two about growing cauliflowers and here are a few growing tips to ensure you harvest a vegetable favourite
Brecon-based Beacon Foods makes both delicious ready meals for the Llantwit Major-based Really Welsh Trading Company, suppliers of fresh, high-quality daffodils, cauliflowers and leeks all grown in Wales.
Cauliflower: While many gardeners don't sow their summer cauliflowers under glass until January, you can sow summer cauliflower varieties now for an early crop next year.
We know that our bright green cauliflowers are already a hit with kids so we think the orange-coloured ones can further their appeal.
Let's say you get one plant that yields cauliflowers with the slightest hint of green.
The big chill means shoppers face paying out DOUBLE the price for cauliflowers, leeks and sprouts because vegetables are frozen in the ground.
GOOD ENOUGH TO EAT - Autumn cauliflower YOU should now be picking autumn cauliflowers which have formed a good-sized head.
SOUP is always a great idea when entertaining - cauliflowers are plentiful and with this recipe it can be spiced up to be spectacular.