Okay, okay. I know we really don't need another reason to swap cauliflower for our pizza crust, but since we are... might as well know why it's good for us? I'd say that's a pretty decent millennial mentality right there.

Cauliflower is much more than your rice alternative, it's actually a nutrition powerhouse. In fact, cauliflower ranks in the top 25 most nutrient dense foods in the Center for Disease Control and Prevention's Aggregate Nutrient Density Index (ANDI), a method used to rank foods based on their nutrient content per calorie. Although colorful fruits and vegetables tend to be the most nutrient dense, cauliflower is an exception. It's loaded with vitamin C and folate, and is a great source of fiber and and vitamin K, among other nutrients. But why do we need all these things? Here is a list of all the body-loving, disease-fighting nutrients found in cauliflower:

Vitamin C
A single serving (1 cup) of uncooked cauliflower contains 77% of the Food and Drug Administration's recommended daily vitamin C intake, which is necessary for the growth, development and repair of all body tissues. It's honestly more effective (and better for you) to eat a head of cauliflower than to take an Emergen-C. Just some food for thought for when flu season rolls around.

Read more here: https://www.isatales.com/blog/benefits-of-cauliflower