If people hear the whole story then they can be more empowered to make informed decisions, so I wanted to start off this entry by explaining why I don’t eat rice and then offer a warning about cauliflower rice as well. Refined white rice is not healthy for you: the sticky white rice that is served at most restaurants, where the fiber, vitamins and minerals are taken out of it. Unless you have organic rice that has been soaked and sprouted, this grain can be hard to digest. The problem is that the grains we eat today has been genetically altered so that it can fill the bellies of millions of people around the world, however it’s devoid of actual health benefits. There’s no point in eating refined foods if it’s going to make your body feel worse. You’re going to have to deal with your health eventually unless you make a change that leaves you feeling refreshed and better.
Cauliflower rice is the lesser of two evils. Cauliflower rice made by cutting the florets from the stem of the plant. Cauliflower rice is not as devoid of health benefits as white rice is, however after making this recipe I learned that it’s still not healthy for humans to consume because it is a man-made vegetable. I still decided to share this recipe so that consumers can choose for their self the level of health they’d like to maintain. Plus you can alter the recipe. It’s like smoking cigarettes and seeing the warning label with a picture of cancer infected lungs: we’re all going to die eventually, but you have the power to decide the quality of life you’ll have. Cauliflower is a hybrid vegetable, meaning it is not something that originally grew in nature and it has an incomplete molecular structure that is not good for our bodies. Cauliflower rice robs the pure minerals from our bodies. Cauliflower has very little carbon, which is why it’s white.
On the other hand, cauliflower is anti-inflammatory and may boost both your heart and brain health. Consuming cauliflower will provide your body with vitamin C, vitamin k and beta-carotene. In addition to the cauliflower rice, this no-cook recipe will allow you to incorporate your other favorite vegetables, leaving plenty of wiggle room for modifications if you’d like to use your left-overs from the week and mix them into this dish. In this recipe, my imagination guided me to use carrots, snow peas and peppers for a colorful, crisp and delicious stir fry that required no time over an actual stove.