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Sure-fire way to get your kids to eat a salad

Kid-friendly summer side salad of purple cauliflower, cherry tomatoes and romaine lettuce.
Kid-friendly summer side salad of purple cauliflower, cherry tomatoes and romaine lettuce.
Photo by Kathy L. Harris

Comments

  • Leslie 5 years ago

    I'll have to try this trick on myself! I love cooked cauliflower, but I'm not such a fan of it raw. Maybe if it's purple... Thanks!

  • Sushil 5 years ago

    Like Leslie, I'll have to try this trick on myself. I actually don't mind raw cauliflower, but if purple tastes better, I'm all for giving it a go!

  • Tricia 5 years ago

    I'll have to see if we have it in Texas! Sounds good!

  • sue 5 years ago

    I love cauliflower no matter what color it----we've tried them all and true the more color you have in your produce the better it is for you----it's a winner no mater how you like it!

  • Lu 5 years ago

    I'll have to see if it works for adults -- I don't like cauliflower or broccoli, and I know I should eat them.

  • Linda W 5 years ago

    Sounds great---kids liking food that is really good for them!!

  • Judy 5 years ago

    Where were you when I was a Kid?? This sounds so much better than canned peas!

  • Herman 5 years ago

    Whatever works!!

  • Lisa F 5 years ago

    We did boil it once, and it does get pretty nasty! Love the article.

  • Patty 5 years ago

    I agree...whatever works for the little ones to get better nutrition...also adults! But, as a grandma.....a cookie is good too once in awhile.

  • Deane 5 years ago

    My nine year old loves cauliflower - she calls it the white broccoli (which she also loves). I have not ever seen purple cauliflower - I will definitely have to try it! THANKS!

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