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Question: Is cauliflower the most versatile vegetable or is cauliflower the most versatile vegetable? Not only can cauliflower be roasted to perfection, but it can also be used to create rice, gnocchi, pizza crust and now, sandwich thins!
Yes, you read that correctly. You can now purchase cauliflower sandwich thins in stores and online, and this is going to change your eating habits for the better!
A brand called Outer Aisle Gourmet has created a gluten-, nut- and soy-free bread substitute that’s made of 63 percent cauliflower and is only 50 calories per serving. The main ingredients are, of course, cauliflower, but also parmesan cheese, cage-free eggs and nutritional yeast.
These sandwich thins are super versatile, too. They can be used to hold your sandwich toppings including ham, lettuce, tomato or whatever else you desire. They can also be topped like a bagel, toasted and made into a tostada and so much more!
Now, we understand that you may be a little skeptical of replacing your beloved bread with vegetables. But once you read the reviews of this stuff online, you may just be convinced to switch up your sandwich game for good.
People who have tried them and written reviews online can’t seem to get enough. One Amazon reviewer wrote:
“THEY. ARE. FABULOUS! Not only are they way more delicious than I could ever make, the time & money I’m saving make them worth their weight in gold. As soon as I’m done writing this review, I’m ordering more. Thank you Outer Aisle Gourmet! You are a life saver.”
People are even going so far as to share recipes.
“I just made 2 shredded chicken and Herdez green sauce ‘tacos’ with these, and I’m in heaven. Great product,” another Amazon review read.
You can also make avocado toast with these cauliflower thins. Instagram user @bethsantamonica showed off her version of avocado toast with cheese and an egg, and it looks mouth-wateringly delicious!
The only slight hang-up customers seem to have is the price. A package containing six slices will run you $6.99 or $27.96 for a package of 24 slices. But people don’t seem to mind too much. “They are pricey but so worth it,” one Amazon review read.
So, what do you think? Are you convinced to give cauliflower sandwich thins a try? If you’re as curious as we are, go ahead and visit the Outer Aisle Gourmet website to find out where to find these at a store near you or purchase them online through Amazon.