Easily as good as french fries!

Recipe Directions

1. Preheat the oven to 400 Fahrenheit, and separate the cauliflower into bite-sized florets.

2. Whisk together the remaining ingredients and toss with the cauliflower, then bake for 40 minutes, stirring once about halfway through the cooking time. They’re ready when they get nicely browned and they’re tender but not mushy.

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By whitneythepoo

Easily as good as french fries!

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Yeah, definately take off the oven part. These almost sound like a raw cauliflower popcorn recipe I saw - can be easily "rawified". I would guess you could blend the spices with the liquids (use raw mustard powder instead of djion) and marinate the cauliflower for about an hour to soak up the flavor and than dehydrate at your raw high temp of choice until crispy.

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Writing it down and going to tweak it. This is where raw ideas come from.

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I made that raw popcorn recipe and it was great. My kids even liked it and we are already thinking up different versions of it.

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These are pretty good raw (I omitted the yeast & oil out of preference, and substituted fresh for dried). I'll make it again with less lemon juice.

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wow some of you guys are a bunch of jerks!! Hahaha niiice, See now I figured converting to a raw vegan, or even just a VEGAN would take out Bitchiness just as it takes out cancer.. but guess it can't heal everything!

I do like this recipe, its not like its hard to convert to raw regardless. Kudos to you.

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I was totally thinking...use the orange variety of califlower for these and it would give it a really buttered popcorn appearance!!! YUM

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I, too, am saving this and will make a raw version. Sounds wonderfully convertible.

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Writing it down and going to tweak it. This is where raw ideas come from.

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I think sometimes people are so excited to share their creations that they don't always the obvious (ie - that this website caters to raw/uncooked/little to no heat recipes). I am sure the oven aspect of your recipe is going to ruffle some feathers. However, I think it's wonderful you are excited to share a healthy recipe that you enjoy - heat or not heat. It'a all about what works for you. I am sure you would get a lot more praise for this on a vegan/cook website rather than a vegan/raw. I do understand the protocol of the site is to keep things raw since that is what people are looking for. In closing I will congratulate your cauliflower and send you healing hugs. Thank you for your offering.

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Since the name of this website is goneRAW I am wondering what this recipe is doing here???

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Since the name of this website is goneRAW I am wondering what this recipe is doing here???

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I made that raw popcorn recipe and it was great. My kids even liked it and we are already thinking up different versions of it.

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Yeah, definately take off the oven part. These almost sound like a raw cauliflower popcorn recipe I saw - can be easily "rawified". I would guess you could blend the spices with the liquids (use raw mustard powder instead of djion) and marinate the cauliflower for about an hour to soak up the flavor and than dehydrate at your raw high temp of choice until crispy.

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ur i'm confused... raw?...

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Since raw food isn't "cooked", can you tell me what temperature I need to dehydrate these on?

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