If the cauliflower was just harvested and raw, it is possibly OK.
If it was processed and cooked, then, no - don't eat it.
Yes they can but, in small proportions
ANS 2 - A friend of mine who breeds rabbits tells me they love cauliflower, but any such veg is bad for them, causing gas. He feeds his only commercial pellets
'Cauli' as the prefix in cauliflower, means cabbage.
This vegetable was originally called, in Britain, a cole florye, from the Italian cavoli fiori, meaning 'flowered cabbage'. (fiori is from the Latin flora)
The old French name for this flowered cabbage was a chou fleuri, but, in this instance, it seems that the English word derived more from the Germanic and Italian, rather than from the French.
The English word 'cabbage' is from the Latin caulis,which basically means stem or stalk. Later, caulisalso became the Latin name for the cabbage plant.
The Latin word caulis became kohl (cole) in German, as in cole-slaw. 'Caulis' is also the root word for the Scottish word kale.
So caulis became cole which became cauli.
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Nope - they grow upwards from the ground.
Gerbils can eat cauliflower, being herbivores.
No, not unless your ear is struck repeatedly with the phone.
Cauliflower ear is a deformity of the external ear caused by infection or trauma; boxers, wrestlers and rugby players are prone to this.
This normally occurs when small blood vessels that supply the outer portions of the ear become damaged or blocked by blood clots, this results in permanent deformation of the outer portions of the ear, so that the ear may resemble a "cauliflower".
If the damage and condition already exists if may be able to be treated through cosmetic surgery.
In Sydney you sow cauliflower seed in January until May. The plants grow over the winter months. If grown in the warmer months, they may bolt to seed. The head formation depends on cool weather conditions.
In a plant that grows on a short stem
No it makes no difference.
You can eat all parts if you want to but you don't have to. I quite like the flower part best.
It depends where you are and the season . Where I live in Canada, cauli is currently about 1.80 per pound. Most heads are 2-2.6 pounds making an average cauli about $3.80.
rabbits can eat many diffrent types of veggies so just experiment with diffrent types of veggies to see if you rabbit likes it :)
2 % of the average cauliflower is dietary fibre.
303mg of Potassium per 100 grams of Cauliflower
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sounds like olecranon bursitis, where a bursal sac overlying the elbow fills with fluid.
Cauliflower is a stem and flower vegetable
Cauliflower is the flower of the plant. The stem is at the bottom of the flower.
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Yes, cauliflower is good for you.
It is low in fat, high in dietary fiber, folate, water and vitamin C, possessing a very high nutritional density. It also contains several phytochemicals which are beneficial to human health, including sulforaphane, an anti-cancer compound released when cauliflower is chopped or chewed.
Boiling reduces the levels of anti-cancer compounds, with losses of 20-30% after five minutes, 40-50% after ten minutes, and 75% after thirty minutes. However, other preparation methods such as steaming, microwaving, and stir frying had no significant effect on the compounds.
Cauliflower is a source of indole-3 carbinol, a chemical which boosts DNA repair in cells and appears to block the growth of cancer cells. The compound also appears to work as an anti-estrogen, appearing to slow or prevent the growth of tumors of the breast and prostate.
Cauliflower also contains other glucosinolates besides sulfurophane, substances which may improve the liver's ability to detoxify carcinogenic substances.
A high intake of cauliflower has been found to reduce the risk of aggressive prostate cancer. Cauliflower is also a good source of carotenoids.
Yes, mine eats cauliflower whenever I do. Raw. I save the inner core for him, and he thinks he's got a real treat!