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Curried cauliflower...

 
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My latest ferment has turned out absolutely lovely.

Cauliflower, curry powder, a slight pinch of chilli, salt...
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Looks nice and tasty. I love Cauliflower so I will give it a try.
 
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Looks good - tasty accompaniment to a summer salad.

On terminology though, those would be pickled cauliflower. Curried cauliflower is a completely different dish e.g. aloo and gobi curry is potato and cauliflower curry.

Regardless of that nitpicking, did you use raw or perhaps blanched cauliflower?

 
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Raw cauliflower. It has softened considerably, but still has a little fresh crunch to it.

Re the terminology... I figured it was clear given I was posting in the fermentation section.
 
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