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Reviving #caulimashmonday tonight ??? The reasons I love Trader Joe’s cauliflower mash are many, but among them: (1) minimal time commitment (it only takes 5 minutes from frozen to hot); (2) minimal effort (just pour it into a pan and stir!); (3) maximum flavor (IF you add garlic ghee and parmesan — and you totally should); (4) it pairs perfectly with…well, almost every savory flavor under the sun ☀️??. The same can be said of sautéed spinach (and I’m talking about the fourth point, not the first, because frozen spinach is ?), which is why it’s the vegetable I prepare and consume more often than any other ??‍♀️?. I added a tutorial for it to my stories today, so check that out if you’re interested ?.

#whatsonmyplate: garlic-parmesan cauliflower mash (made using the frozen cauli mash from trader joe’s— to prepare: cook on the stovetop according to package directions; once the mash is hot n’ steamy, stir in several tablespoons of parmesan cheese + a touch of garlic ghee) •• spicy garlic cajun shrimp ? (seasoned with @primalpalate jerk seasoning, then cooked in garlic ghee) •• sautéed spinach w/ red pepper and parmesan.

It’s been a whirlwind first day in Boise! We just returned home from my cousin’s birthday dinner (I’ll post pics to my stories soon ?), and now planning to put on my comfies and catch up with you! ❤️ Happy Monday ?

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FOODporn.pl Reviving tonight The reasons I love Trader Joe’s cauliflower mash are many, but among them: (1) minimal time commitment (it only takes 5 minutes from frozen to hot); (2) minimal effort (just pour it into a pan and stir!); (3) maximum flavor (IF you add g…

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