Cauliflower can last for up to a week in the fridge. Check for brown spots, which indicate spoilage. Mushy or slimy cauliflower is bad and should be avoided.
How To Know When Cauliflower Is Bad
Cauliflower can last for up to a week in the fridge. If it has been stored properly and is not showing any signs of spoilage, then it is safe to eat. However, if the cauliflower has been stored in a warm place, or is starting to turn brown or slimy, then it is best to discard it.
To know when cauliflower is bad, you will need a vegetable or fruit chart, a cutting board, a chef’s knife, and a storage container.
- Check the cauliflower for any brown or black spots
- Check the cauliflower for a bad smell
- Check the cauliflower for slimy areas
- Check the cauliflower for signs of mold
-When cauliflower is bad, it will typically have a slimy texture and smell unpleasant. -If the cauliflower has any mold growth, or if it has been wet for an extended period of time, it is likely unsafe to eat. -Cauliflower that is brown or discolored may also be past its prime.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is It Okay To Eat Cauliflower With Brown Spots?
The short answer is no. Brown spots on cauliflower can be an indication of spoilage, so it’s best not to eat them.
Are Dark Spots On Cauliflower Mold?
Dark spots on cauliflower are not mold. They are caused by a natural pigment called anthocyanin, which is activated by cold weather.
What Does Mould Look Like On Cauliflower?
Mould on cauliflower is a white or greenish powder that grows on the surface of the vegetable. It is often caused by moisture and can be removed by washing the cauliflower under running water.
Cauliflower is bad when it has a slimy texture, emits an unpleasant odor, or mold appears on the surface.