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Tuesday, December 27, 2016, 12:30pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Do hope that this is not a silly question but I have been eating quite a lot of cauliflower lately as we have quite a few recipes using it pulverised in the food processor - no calories - fills you up and tastes good when mixed with other ingredients and baked.

My question is would cauliflower make you feel low and depressed as for me it is BLOOD TYPE O Secretor: AVOID: Metabolic inhibitor.

would appreciate hearing if it has had that effect on others.
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It might. I have noticed that if I eat a little of something without bad effects, I think it is OK, but later get symptoms. Since it is an avoid, it may be causing this. Some foods do that to me. Even a trace of soy sauce makes me feel "off" the next day. It is weird, as some soy oil in something won't do that.


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Do you have thyroid issues? Cruciferous veggies can lower thyroid function. I believe less so if well cooked but if you have thyroid issues I would t eat them often.  


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It's an avoid for Os. Try using turnips or sweet potatoes instead.


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Going to try it with pulverised broccoli next and may add sweet potato - not a fan of turnip - will let you know because its such a good recipe for snacks.

http://recipes.mercola.com/cauliflower-turmeric-flatbread-recipe.aspx
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I made it today with broccoli and sweet potato eggs and almond flour and turmeric and I must say it was a lot better than the recipe with cauliflower
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Many people instinctively "don't like" foods that are bad for their type.


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Cauliflower is an avoid for me but broccoflower is a diamond. Same texture.

Do you have swami?


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Will have to try with broccoflower sounds good - we dont see many round here tough x
Its such a useful thing to have as a snack as it really fills you and almonds and eggs are really good too it worked well with broccoli and sweet potato

Yes I have swami but haven't had much faith in the choices for me
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I used to make broccoflower mash. I would steam it then throw it in a blender with broth or water, herbs and sea salt. Th n freeze it in muffin tins. After frozen is pop them out and freeze in a baggy.
I would use them as either a soup base by thinning anlittle or as mashed potatoes. Kind makes me want some now haha


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Quoted from Mother
I used to make broccoflower mash. I would steam it then throw it in a blender with broth or water, herbs and sea salt. Th n freeze it in muffin tins. After frozen is pop them out and freeze in a baggy.
I would use them as either a soup base by thinning anlittle or as mashed potatoes. Kind makes me want some now haha
Me too, M; sounds yum!



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