Cauliflower has gained tons of popularity in the past few years — and we here at Daily Dose couldn’t be happier about it. Cruciferous veggies are one of our favorite superfoods, and cauliflower in particular has so many benefits. It’s versatile, it’s cheap, it’s available everywhere, and it’s packed with tons of nutrients.While you’ve likely had plenty of cauliflower, this recipe adds a whole new twist. It uses a process called lacto-fermentation to create a zesty, probiotic-filled, healthy snack — and the use of sumac adds an additional zing.As mentioned in the instructions below, don’t forget to open the jars once a day to release excess pressure!Ingredients4 cups water3 tbsp sea salt1 medium-sized head of cauliflower, cut into florets6 garlic cloves1 tsp black mustard seed6 tsp sumacPinch red pepper flakesInstructionsHeat water and salt in a medium saucepan over medium heat until salt is dissolved. Remove from heat. Let cool to room temperature.Add mustard, red pepper flakes, and sumac to mixture.Add garlic and cauliflower florets to mason jars. Pour cooled brine liquid over the cauliflower. Leave 1⁄2 inch ofspace at the top of the jar. Cover with airtight lid.Allow to culture at room temperature until desired flavor is achieved. Remember to open the jars once daily torelease excess pressure.Once fermented, store in the fridge.