Cauliflower is a great veggie that we have been able to eat while doing the GAPS protocol...AND I learned a new trick with cauliflower since doing GAPS.
No, not exactly like regular rice. But for this rice-loving family...it is close enough that we have been a very happy bunch to have this versatile veggie available to us!
Start with a head (or two) of cauliflower:
Cut off the leaves, and then cut the "florets" off the main stalk, and wash:
At this point, you could use a blender or cut the florets up by hand...but the easiest route, by far, would be to use the grater attachment on your food processor:
Sending the florets through that grater will result in cauliflower that has been "riced":
At this point, basically all you do is saute the cauli rice in a pot/pan for about 10 minutes or so. I put a little coconut oil in the bottom of the pot. You could also saute some diced onion in there first.
You just stir and heat the cauli rice up for about 10 minutes...and that's it. You could season the rice as you cook it....but we are always using the rice as a base for something else, so it gets covered with something else that has already been seasoned.
We like to use this cauli rice with Garam Masala Chicken Curry, or with a chicken stir-fry kind of meal, or with Leftover cut-up steak with just enough broth to make it stew-like....YUM! If you have some Coconut Aminos to sprinkle on top, BONUS!