Roasted Cauliflower Cheeseburger Casserole One of the hardest things for people going gluten-free, or fully grain free, is replacing things they loved - usually comfort or fast food options like a burger. To me the easiest way is just to skip the bun altogether - you may just be amazed how much you enjoy it more without the bun, really just for convenience of eating, drowning out the other flavors of the meat and condiments. But another way is to deconstruct it and make it into a different dish with similar ingredients. Today I got out ground beef and was thinking what to do with it. Yesterday my wife and I had tastes for hamburgers but opted for something else. I didn't want to cook up burger patties and was looking for side options. When I picked out cauliflower, I thought - why not make some casserole? Initially thinking using the cauliflower as a rice substitute, I decided to try to just use the full florets in a dish. My mind went back to burgers. I know I have seen hamb
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This post could, should, have come a few weeks ago - before the month started so everyone could get involved. Alas, I did not, but there's still time to get involved, and even to carry it on, my wayward son. It is the middle of November, and that means we are also in the middle of Movember - the by now well known men's health movement that has focused on first prostate cancer, added mental health, and now with a different way to look at the word, physical health in general. While it usually is looked at as Mo-vember, mo as in moustache where men grow facial hair for awareness, this year they realized it can also be Move-mber. In this case the ' Move Challenge ' stresses increasing physical activity for the month to increase men's overall physical and with it mental health. Instead of (or in addition to) growing a moustache you can do and track exercise for the month.