Roast cauliflower in a chia seed-infused oil to add a healthy crunch.Cauliflower benefitsYou'll want to include cauliflower as one of the cruciferous vegetables you eat on a regular basis if you want to receive the fantastic health benefits provided by the cruciferous vegetable family. At a minimum, include cruciferous vegetables as part of your diet 2-3 times per week, and make the serving size at least 1-1/2 cups. Even better from a health standpoint, enjoy cauliflower and other vegetables from the cruciferous vegetable group 4-5 times per week, and increase your serving size to 2 cups.As with all vegetables be sure not to overcook cauliflower. We suggest Healthy Sautéing cauliflower rather than the more traditional methods of boiling or steaming, which makes them waterlogged, mushy and lose much of its flavor. Cut cauliflower florets into quarters and let sit for 5 minutes before cooking. For great tasting cauliflower add 1 tsp of turmeric when adding the cauliflower to the skillet. The detox support provided by cauliflower includes antioxidant nutrients to boost Phase 1 detoxification activities and sulfur-containing nutrients to boost Phase 2 activities. Cauliflower also contains phytonutrients called glucosinolates that can help activate detoxification enzymes and regulate their activity. Three glucosinolates that have been clearly identified in cauliflower are glucobrassicin, glucoraphanin, and gluconasturtiian. While the glucosinolate content of cauliflower is definitely significant from a health standpoint, cauliflower contains about one-fourth as much total glucosinolates as Brussels sprouts, about one-half as much as Savoy cabbage, about 60% as much as broccoli, and about 70% as much as kale. Chia benefits Despite their small size, chia seeds are packed full of important nutrients. They are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, which help to raise HDL cholesterol (the good cholesterol that helps protect against heart attack and stroke). Chia seeds are also rich in antioxidants and full of fiber, magnesium, zinc, iron and calcium. Ingredients: 1 tbsp coconut oil1 tbsp chia seeds pinch of red pepper flakes1 head cauliflower, broken into florets pinch of saltpinch of pepper, to tasteInstructions:    Preheat oven to 400ºF.(moderately hot)    Heat coconut oil and pepper flakes in a small saucepan over medium heat for about 3 minutes to infuse the flavor of the pepper into the oil. Set aside.    Line a rimmed baking sheet with foil. Transfer cauliflower to the baking sheet and drizzle with infused coconut oil. Toss with tongs to coat. Sprinkle chia seeds over the cauliflower and add salt and pepper to taste.    Bake cauliflower for 20-30 minutes, or until softened and just beginning to brown.