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Cauli-Slaw

This slaw can be made even more colorful by using purple or green cauliflower, and by substituting red apples for the green, or adding red cabbage into the mix. Sprinkle in some currants for more texture and flavor. Although a food processor with a grater attachment is helpful for preparing vegetables for this salad, you can use a hand grater or finely chop the vegetables by hand.
a plate of cauliflower coleslaw
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Photography by: Terry Brennan

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Karen Olson

Karen Olson is a Minneapolis-based writer and editor.

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