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One of the most popular cauliflower methods of enjoying is cauliflower rice. Simply grate the cauliflower and steam or saute until fully cooked and use it as a substitute for rice in a variety of dishes, working especially well in Mexican and Indian dishes, where rice is often the main side dish. Whether you enjoy it raw, roasted, steamed or mashed, cauliflower is a fantastic low-carb ingredient that will likely be making your grocery list every single week. See more great cauliflower recipe ideas here.

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“The original keto diet is extremely high in fatty meats, which is not good for our cardiovascular system,” says Melissa Bailey, RD, creator of the Nourished Fork. “The vegetarian version eliminates these meats and allows for more plant-based options, such as avocado and nuts and seeds. In general, the population is going towards a more plant-based, whole-foods diet, which is why the ketotarian diet is emerging.” Luckily, you'll find that many of the best foods for weight loss are inexpensive, convenient, and easy to find in your local grocery store. When you learn how to plan and prepare meals in advance and fill your refrigerator with diet-friendly foods, you can even save time and money while you slim down. 
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