I Add Riced Cauliflower to Oatmeal, Smoothies, Rice, and Soup to Lower the Calorie Density
When I started delving deeper into the whole food, plant-based world, many of the plant-based doctors including John McDougall, MD, talk about eating non-starchy veggies to fill you up. That’s because they have a low-calorie density, which means you can eat more volume to fill your belly, but without a lot of calories.
Cauliflower is one of my favourite non-starchy veggies because the texture is soft when you cook it, and the taste is so mild, that it takes on the flavour of whatever you cook it with. I started adding frozen rice cauliflower to my meals, and it was one little tip that helped me lose COVID weight gain.