First, let us say that we’re thrilled to see how regenerative agriculture is showing up as a key food-related trend for 2020 and beyond in many places around the internet. For example, Whole Foods Market is listing this as the number one food trend in 2020, and they encourage people to support companies with regenerative practices.
According to Live Science, “Cauliflower is much more than broccoli's paler cousin”—and, not surprisingly, we agree. Fresh white cauliflower is a unique vegetable, delicious and nutritious—and far from an echo of its cruciferous cousin.
We don’t need to tell you how happy Farmer Lee Jones was to read a 2018 article in Nation’s Restaurant News (NRN) with this headline: “Chefs Swap Carbs for Veggies as Diners Eat Lighter.” Then, the article’s opening line made Farmer Lee’s heart beat even faster and sing even louder: “Cauliflower and zucchini – two often-overlooked vegetables – have become darlings of the dinner table.”