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I didn't have any issues putting broccoli in the freezer and warming it up again. Worked great. Can you do that with cauliflower, though?

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If you don't like crisp broccoli, you should certainly freeze them so their fibrous strands are made brittle and easily cracked, making the broccoli all mushy and flaccid? OTOH, I love crunchy fresh broccoli. Similarly, cauliflower. – Blessed Geek Nov 16 '12 at 17:53

Yes. Just chop the cauliflower into florets, blanch for a few minutes, then run under the cold tap to cool quickly, dry thoroughly, and place in a freezer bag.

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When I buy packets of frozen veggies, it always has cauliflower in it. So, you can definitely do it. After a quick search on google and checking a couple of links, which all have the same method, here's how.

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