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Lets talk cauliflower

Disclaimer: I am in no way a food blogger. What I am is a busy working wife and mom on a budget, eating clean and getting my family in on the fun.... ;)
 I like to blog about my discoveries, adventures, and random thoughts. This is a discovery: 

My husband does not like veggies. 
When I don't mix them in with the rest of our food for dinner, he conveniently skips putting that dish on his plate. 
Except cauliflower. 
This man could eat cauliflower daily. 
And now he will. 
Because I found out how to make it a snack that he can take to work. 
This is how I roast cauliflower:

This is a really simple "recipe". If you can even call it that. And all I've done is adapted the best way that works for us. 

You need: 
1 cauliflower head, broken into medium sized pieces 
Salt to taste and any other seasoning you want. 
2 tbs of olive oil 
Aluminum foil
Baking sheet

Preheat oven to 450
I put my cauliflower in a plastic bag with the olive oil and about a tsp of salt. 
Shake it up, and pour onto a baking sheet covered with aluminum foil. 
Set timer for 20 minutes. 
Flip cauliflower over half way through time. 
It's done when it starts to turn a but darker and crisp. 
That's it. Like I said, not much of a recipe, and its not like I invented it. If you're more of a broccoli fan you could do that instead :) 
Finished product: 


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