“Rainbow Cauliflower” Eick February 19, 2008 Bizarre, Health 7 Comments That’s what some scientists are calling the new cauliflower strains that have been developed in Europe. There is no genetic engineering involved, they are just the result of cross-breeding. The colorful cauliflower is, in some ways, considered an upgrade. The orange version has as much as 25 times the levels of beta carotene. Info and picture via Daily Mail. The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest Posts Eick Latest posts by Eick (see all) Fast Food Bracket Round 1: Jack in the Box vs. Five Guys, KFC vs. Checkers - March 3, 2016 BK’s “Polygameat” Campaign Shockingly Similar to Wendy’s “Meatatarian” Campaign - September 16, 2014 Surge Wins Discontinued Foods Bracket! - April 12, 2013 7 Responses Lemmonex February 19th, 2008 Though I am generally against disguising foods for kids–I hate the whole jessica seinfeld “hide the veggies” movement–this may be a fun way to get kids to eat something that is good for them. I gotta admit, purple cauliflower is kinda cool. Reply MC Spanky McGee February 19th, 2008 Those are kinda trippy, the purple one especially. See what happens when they pull those out at Applebee’s. Heh. Could get rejected, could be a big hit. Dunno. Reply Abi Jones February 19th, 2008 They have the purple and orange ones (and crazy pyramid shaped ones too) at Eastern Market when they’re in season. The summer, I think. Reply K February 20th, 2008 I’ve been buying these for several years from a farmer’s market. They are gorgeous on a plate when roasted, and add some great color to a meal. Just don’t make a soup out of the purple one. Reply Julie February 20th, 2008 That cauliflower caught my eye, it’s so vibrant. I see these once in awhile at the supermarket but for some reason these just look so much better. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Current [email protected] * Leave this field empty Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.