by Lexi Petronis
CN Digital StudioIt's National Nutrition Month, and while there are lots of things to say about it--like underscoring the importance of knowing enough about food to make good choices (which we'll get to!)--today, let's talk about a few ways that you can sneak in some extra vitamins and nutrients...without even knowing you're doing it!
Well--OK, obviously, you'll know you're doing it, because you'll have made the decision to put the extra nutrients in there. You're not a 6-year-old. But these ways are so sneaky, you'll barely even taste them.
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1) Make cauliflower rice: This is the coolest! You can shred cauliflower into itty-bitty rice-sized nuggets--and use them in place of actual rice. Cauliflower has great vitamins in it (like vitamin C, which is a powerful antioxidant), and lots of fiber--plus, it's low in calories (so you can eat more stir fry!).
How to be sneaky: Take a head of cauliflower and remove the green parts.
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