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Cauliflower: the hippest veggie in the crisper drawer

Move over, kale, cauliflower is the latest vegetable craze. Roasted, pureed, sautéed, mashed, steamed, chopped, and even disguised as rice, cauliflower's versatility makes it a worthy addition to any plate—or even the star. It also comes in a lovely array of colors, including orange and purple that could persuade the pickiest toddler princess to give it a try.

White cauliflower

Cauliflower is an excellent source of vitamin B6, C and K; high in fiber, and promotes anti-inflammation, keeping our digestive system happy.

Check out these delicious recipes to add cauliflower to your grocery list.

Cheesy Macaroni with Cauliflower

Cauliflower Crust Vegetarian Pizza

Cauliflower Mashed "Potatoes"


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Five reasons why coloring is good for you

Simple coloring can be meditative, challenging and relaxing. Scientific research shows that when you're involved in something repetitive and mindful, like coloring, your brain changes. You're more focused, calm and feel as though you can make good decisions. There is a similar physiological response in people who practice mindfulness or a formal meditation practice where breathing becomes deeper and the heart rate slows down. Here are a few more reasons you may want to pick up your crayons to relax:

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