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"When you roast cauliflower it softens without getting mushy, and the flavors become rich and robust. It's currently my favorite vegetable to roast. I like to get the full heads of cauliflower because I find they keep in the refrigerator for quite a while, and I'm basically terrible at menu planning, but if you're short on time or just not a fan of cutting up veggies then you're welcome to grab the pre-cut kind in a bag. Just avoid frozen cauliflower because it doesn't roast well. Great for soups and stir-frys, but not so much for roasting."
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