In the world of farmer’s market food, cauliflower doesn’t stand a chance against vibrant red tomatoes and green superfoods like kale and avocados. It’s white, lumpy, and unattractive. It looks freakily similar to the human brain.
But cauliflower is cheap — a head typically runs about $3 and can yield enough florets for two-to-three meals. But its visual blandness is its greatest strength.