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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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Purple cauliflower's color is due to its high anthocyanin content.
Purple cauliflower. This colorful, cruciferous vegetable finds itself all over Instagram in strikingly arranged vegetable trays and pickle boards.
The steaks in Finestra are sliced for sharing and served with a variety of sauces and side dishes, like duck fat fried potato chips with sea salt and thyme, Mac 'n' Cheese, Purple cauliflower Puttanesca, and Josper-grilled asparagus with a dash of lemon zest and olive oil.
"At the local farmers market, I became entranced by a purple cauliflower still encased in its stalks and leaves.
The market was a fresh experience especially for me, especially seeing local Bahraini organic vegetables that I didn't even know existed such as the purple cauliflower and whitish, purple sweet peppers.
You know that tomatoes, peppers, potatoes and squash are available in a rainbow of colors, but were you aware of Purple Peacock broccoli, purple cauliflower, red-stalked celery and beans that have pods of green, yellow or purple?
Fast-forward a few months, and cucumbers, sweet peppers, eggplant, purple cauliflower, beans, and a host of other vegetables were emerging from the four raised beds that Schuller built in Landry's backyard.
"But, on Byw yn yr Ardd, (or Living in the Garden) we try to grow some unusual things like purple cauliflower and kohl rabi (known as German turnip) from the cabbage family.
And you can buy purple-skinned and red carrots too, along with golden-coloured beetroot and radish, golden and red-streaked beans, purple cauliflower and green and yellow tomatoes.