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7 oz Lekue Veggie Cauliflower Ricer $10 + Free shipping w/ Prime or $25+

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 7 oz Lekue Veggie Cauliflower Ricer for $9.99. Shipping is free with Prime or $25 or more.
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I love that the picture implies you are smashing the ever loving crap out of your vegetables.
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As someone who regularly makes and eats cauliflower rice, it's not worth the work required to make it fresh. I buy it pre-riced, thaw it and pat it dry.
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As someone who regularly makes and eats cauliflower rice, it's not worth the work required to make it fresh. I buy it pre-riced, thaw it and pat it dry.
Care to share where you get it from and any recommendations on quality etc.
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As someone who regularly makes and eats cauliflower rice, it's not worth the work required to make it fresh. I buy it pre-riced, thaw it and pat it dry.
Are you cutting it with this specific tool, or are you cutting it with something else?
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Are you cutting it with this specific tool, or are you cutting it with something else?
Just a kitchen knife and blender
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Care to share where you get it from and any recommendations on quality etc.
I usually get it from publix or target. Target has a version with veggies mixed in already. I stir fry it with sesame oil, ginger, garlic, soy sauce, sriracha garlic paste, rice vinegar, and a small amount of a brown sugar swerve (doing keto). Its awesome. The quality doesnt matter so much as drying it when you stir fry. Sometimes Ill throw in some bacon bits too.
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