Results for - Riced Vegetables

2,245 voters participated in this survey

Making riced vegetables is an increasingly popular way to make a grain-free, gluten-free, low-carbohydrate alternative to traditional grain-based rice dishes. Many people with food allergies or special diets due to health reasons prepare their favorite rice-based meals using "riced" vegetables, such as cauliflower, carrots, sweet potatoes, or broccoli.

Are you familiar with

1. Are you familiar with "riced" vegetables as an alternative to using actual rice? They are commonly made with a food processor that chops the vegetables into tiny rice-like pieces.

Yes
26%
568 votes
No
74%
1,632 votes
Have you ever made riced vegetables?

2. Have you ever made riced vegetables?

Yes
9%
200 votes
No
86%
1,881 votes
I have tried them, but I have not made them myself
5%
119 votes
Do you like (or would you try) any of the following vegetables made into grain-free

3. Do you like (or would you try) any of the following vegetables made into grain-free "rice"?

Broccoli
34%
739 votes
Cauliflower
38%
836 votes
Jicama
9%
196 votes
Beets
17%
369 votes
Sweet potatoes
33%
718 votes
Carrots
35%
766 votes
Other (please specify)
1%
30 votes
Not Applicable
40%
883 votes
Similarly, have you ever made/tried pasta made from vegetables (such as zucchini noodles, yam noodles, etc.)?

4. Similarly, have you ever made/tried pasta made from vegetables (such as zucchini noodles, yam noodles, etc.)?

Yes
23%
514 votes
No
77%
1,686 votes

5. Have you used vegetables as any other alternative for another food (such as grains, meat, in desserts, etc.)? Feel free to mention in the comments, if you'd like.

Yes
23%
500 votes
No
77%
1,700 votes
01/17/2017 Food & Drink 2245 29 By: GossamerDoll

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