Cauliflower, like broccoli is the flower of the plant, and grows in compact clusters. With a mild, unique flavor and creamy white color, cauliflower can be eaten cooked or raw and is available fresh and frozen.
CauliflowerDiscover MyPlate: Vegetables
Discover MyPlate includes six Emergent Readers featuring kindergarten-level sight words that help children build literacy skills while learning about the five food groups and MyPlate.
Missouri’s Fruits and Vegetables Harvest Calendar
Missouri’s Fruits and Vegetables Harvest Calendar (24” w x 36” h poster) is a colorful calendar for schools participating in the National School Lunch or Breakfast Program that promotes Missouri’s bountiful and seasonal harvest.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program Nutrition Education Tip Sheets (PDF | 1.6 MB)
KSDE. Child Nutrition & Wellness.
Tip sheets provide growing information, nutrition facts, and serving suggestions. Produce included: asparagus, avocado, blueberries, cantaloupe, cauliflower, kiwifruit, mango, peaches, pineapple, red pepper, spinach, and sugar snap peas.
Quantity recipes containing cauliflower from the USDA Mixing Bowl.
Watch Your Garden Grow: Cauliflower
University of Illinois Extension.
Web site contains in depth information on cauliflower including varieties, planting and growing as well as selection, storage, nutritional information and preparation techniques.
Reasons for the Seasons: Cauliflower (PDF | 708 KB)
University of California Cooperative Extension.
Four page fact sheet includes nutrition benefits, serving tips, tips to prevent food-borne illness, shopping tips, preparation, handing and storage. There are also two recipes and a coloring page for children.