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  1. I completed the Whole30 in October, and I have generally stuck to a less strict version of it since then. I've been trying a lot of paleo recipes, and I've noticed a lot of them call for cauliflower rice. The problem is that I hate cauliflower. I thought it would taste better if I cooked with other flavors, such as in a "fried rice" recipe (blended in food processor, cooked in fish sauce, coconut aminos, and bacon). It doesn't. I just can't hide that yucky overpowering taste no matter how I cook it or what I cook it in. Are there alternatives to cauliflower rice? What other veggies can I blend up in the food processor to get that rice-like consistency? I thought about using broccoli (I love broccoli), but I'm not sure it would have the same consistency. It seems that cauliflower rice is considered a "paleo staple," so the fact that it's one of a the very few foods I dislike really limits my options.