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September 06, 2019Reviewer: A guest* Has a terrible taste and is not at all white like the picture shows - it's a medium beige color, and never has a cooked texture as when I rice my own raw cauliflower from the store. After about 1 hour of adding water in an attempt to soften it, there was still an uncooked texture to it and no amount of buttering/seasoning helped hide the strange flavor. I shouldn't have to add it to another item for it to taste like cauliflower as I have seen suggested, or to hide the beige color and off taste.
August 30, 2019Reviewer: A guest* I like it, and it is very healthy. Shelf-stable, and very convenient. That being said, it tastes a bit vinegary. You have to take the flavor into account when you use it; it's not a one-to-one substitute for rice.
August 11, 2019Reviewer: David in Colorado* Very disappointed with the taste and I love the frozen riced cauliflower in the freeser section of the store, but this tasted spoiled or something. Inedible.
July 02, 2019Reviewer: Shlomit in Norway* horrible taste