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    I'm not usually one for the latest fashions when it comes to cookery, but I really do quite like cauliflower that has either been fried as a thick slice, or grilled until it goes very caramelised in places. It changes the 'meh' flavour it usually has for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenleaves View Post
    Steamed....never boiled
    I steam mine as well.
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    cheese

    on a more serious level, I think it is a combination of factors
    salt (I bet he salts his a lot)
    steaming not boiling
    cooking it for less time than you think (how crunchy was it)
    freshness
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    It was cooked to perfection. I had wondered whether he had added bicarb or something in the water to bring out the flavour. I didnít detect lemon or vinegar as some chefs add but thatís not saying he didnít, I just didnít pick up on it at the time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikermike View Post
    cheese

    on a more serious level, I think it is a combination of factors
    salt (I bet he salts his a lot)
    steaming not boiling
    cooking it for less time than you think (how crunchy was it)
    freshness
    Seconded..
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