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January menu trends include cauliflower, flavoured breads
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Cauliflower will continue to have its moment in 2017. It is being used in a range of ways, from a meat alternative in an entree to a buffalo-fried appetizer, all of which bring excitement to this formerly underused veggie. Meanwhile, flavoured breads are being used to enhance sandwiches in new ways.
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