Bonduelle Cauliflower (Frozen)
Crisp, delicious, healthy
Beautifully crisp cauliflower from Bonduelle, these florets are healthy and all-natural, and deliciously versatile.
TASTING NOTES FROM THE CURATOR
From the top purveyor of the finest frozen foods, Bonduelle Cauliflowers are frozen to preserve their taste and quality. These florets are beautifully white in color, and crisp and delicious. They have a crunchy texture, and mild taste. A great source of fiber and vitamin C, these cauliflowers have no preservatives and no artificial colorings.
These cauliflower florets from Bonduelle are subtly nutty, and slightly sweet in taste. It’s pretty mild in flavor, and this mildness is what makes it incredibly versatile.
PREPARATION AND PAIRINGS
Cauliflowers are very versatile, able to be included in so many dishes, and cooked in so many different ways. You can sauté them or stir fry them, or include them in your chop suey. You can also try it out as a carb alternative, and make cauliflower rice. You can bake them, or roast them with some olive oil, parmesan, and black pepper for an easy appetizer or side dish.
GIVE PEAS A CHANCE
It was in 1926 that Pierre and Benoit Bonduelle turned an old barn into a cannery. It housed four pea shellers, and produced about 600 boxes of peas a day. They had a good momentum going. That is, until 1939, when the building was requisitioned by the French army, and damaged from the war.
It wasn’t until 1945 that they could resume operations. And in 1947, Bonduelle as a brand was born. With business booming and advertising flying off, Bonduelle became a name in the canned pea business.
It was in 1968 that they ventured into frozen food, something that was already popular in the United States, but was relatively unknown in France. It was a success. Bonduelle is now a giant in the frozen food industry, with quality never straying and still held at the forefront of their production.
Immediately store frozen vegetables in your freezer. The temperature must read -18C or 0F to keep the quality. Unopened, it will last 24 months.
Once opened, take what you need, and return the rest into the freezer immediately, sealing the bag tight and well, and pressing out the air. Ideally (especially when bag is not resealable), transfer your frozen vegetables into freezer-safe resealable bags, and press out the air before re-storing. It will last 8-10 months.