Popular Prebiotic in Human & Pet Food Applications
Cauliflower has a neutral flavor that is nutty and sweet with a slightly bitter undertone. Originally from the middle east, this cruciferous vegetable has been a staple worldwide for centuries. Recently, it’s gained popularity as a starch substitute and is often used in place of rice or as a main ingredient in pizza crusts and tortillas. Cauliflower pairs well with broccoli, carrots, and garlic.
Cauliflower is low-calorie, low-carb, and high in fiber. It’s also nutrient-dense, containing some amount of almost every vitamin recommended to us1. Studies have shown that cauliflower and other cruciferous vegetables may support a healthy inflammation response.2 Prebiotics such as cauliflower are growing in popularity as their relationship with probiotics is becoming more widely understood in digestive health and immune support.
Add our air-dried cauliflower to dump-and-start Instant Pot rice meals, baking mixes, breading, tortillas, pizza crusts, gnocchi, dried soup mixes, and dog food and toppers.
Ask your BCFoods sales rep about organic options and the availability of freeze-dried cauliflower.