Easy rice substitute if you’re looking for low-carb alternatives to rice and grains.
If you haven’t heard of cauliflower rice, let me catch you up. It’s popular in the ancestral/paleo and low-carb communities as a grain-free substitute for rice. And let me be clear: there is no way eating this is going to taste or feel like the wonderful starchiness of rice. Also, if you don’t like cauliflower because it always tastes sulfurous to you, steamed cauliflower rice is gross. I am a supertaster, which is not the same thing as being a superhero. And steamed cauliflower = yuck to me.
I had given up on eating cauliflower, despite its health benefits. I knew how good it was for me; I just couldn’t deal with it. Until I had roasted cauliflower. Now we were getting somewhere.
I’m introducing roasted cauliflower rice to you as part of The Migraine Relief Plan because reducing starchy carbs may help with migraine attacks. We don’t eliminate gluten-free grains on the Plan, but experts like Dr. Josh Turknett think that being in fat-burning mode vs. sugar-burning mode puts migraine-inclined brains in a better position: less reactive, less inflammation.
For that reason I’ll be sharing some basic recipes that you can use in place of starches, or in addition to other dishes. This “rice” can make yummy fried rice, be topped with chili or stew, or baked into a casserole.
To get the recipe, you’ll need to join The Migraine Relief Plan. We hope you will.