Got a couple of cauliflowers with full leaves intact from the CSA. I'm sure you can eat them (the leaves) but I've never cooked or eaten them before, so I'm curious about any particular preparations people are familiar with. Also wondering if they can be eaten raw. Since I don't know the answer to that, I haven't tasted them yet, so if anyone has any comments regarding how they taste, I'd be curious about that too. Looking for relatively simple preparations, btw -- I am very time-challenged these days! Thanks in advance.
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