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5 Fun Ways to Make Cauliflower This Week 1. ROAST IT. You don’t need to slice cauliflower into florets to roast it, you can just do it whole. For best results, 2. TOSS IT. If you absolutely have no time, you can simply shave that cauliflower thinly on. Cauliflower has been the star of the veggie aisle this year thanks to its magical powers as a lower-carb substitute.

These recipes will show you how to make your own cauliflower. An entire head of cauliflower roasted with butter, garlic, and herbs. Can convert cauliflower-avoiders into cauliflower-lovers! A beautiful and delicious way to serve cauliflower. Never any leftovers.

Can substitute low-fat butter for butter. 25 Ways to Cook with Cauliflower Julie Meyers Updated: Aug. 28, 2018 Whether its roasted, mashed or added to soups and casseroles, there’s an endless number of ways to cook cauliflower. Add the measured cauliflower “rice” and cook, covered, for about 5 minutes.

Drain into a fine mesh strainer and let cool slightly. Then transfer into the center of a clean, thin cotton dish towel. (20 Ways to Transform Cauliflower into Almost Everything the best cauliflower recipes for everything from pizza and bread sticks to tots and bites, whether you are looking for gluten free, low. 5) Roast until the cauliflower is deeply golden. Don’t stop too soon, or you’ll miss out on some of that caramelization that I keep talking about.

Roast until the florets are deeply golden on the undersides, with some brown spots on top. The cauliflower will require somewhere between 25 to 35 minutes, so keep an eye on it toward the end. I had 3 heads in my fridge this week and while that may seem like some serious excess, the fact that there are so many interesting and fun ways to eat this cruciferous crop made me excited to share my favorite inspiration.

Here are 5 ideas with recipes that highlight cauliflower. As much fun as all of that is though, sometimes, it’s stressful or tiring to go in blind and hope that inspiration will simply strike—you just really want it spelled out, to be told how mangoes and peppers and red onion can come together to make a salsa or how tossing vegetables in a flavorful (but easy!) sauce will make them way more. Cauliflower.

It can take on so many flavors, and goes especially great with bright, vibrant ingredients like lemon and capers. Here are nearly 50 recipes we wholeheartedly endorse.

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Blanch cauliflower florets in salted, boiling water for about two minutes; drain and shock in ice water to stop the cooking.

“Mark Bittman's Kitchen Express: 404 inspired seasonal dishes you can make in 20 minutes or less” by Mark Bittman
from Mark Bittman’s Kitchen Express: 404 inspired seasonal dishes you can make in 20 minutes or less
by Mark Bittman
Simon & Schuster, 2009

Season the boiling water with 2 teaspoons of salt and boil the cauliflower florets along with the garlic for 7–9 minutes, or until you can mash the cauliflower with a fork.

“Keto Meal Prep by FlavCity: 125+ Low Carb Recipes That Actually Taste Good” by Bobby & Dessi Parrish
from Keto Meal Prep by FlavCity: 125+ Low Carb Recipes That Actually Taste Good
by Bobby & Dessi Parrish
Mango Media, 2019

3 Put the cauliflower in a large gratin dish; drizzle with the olive oil and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

“How to Cook Everything The Basics: All You Need to Make Great Food-With 1,000 Photos” by Mark Bittman
from How to Cook Everything The Basics: All You Need to Make Great Food-With 1,000 Photos
by Mark Bittman
HMH Books, 2012

1 In a covered 4-quart Dutch oven cook cauliflower, celery root, and garlic in enough boiling salted water to cover about 25 minutes or until tender; drain.

“The Ultimate Low-Calorie Book: More than 400 Light and Healthy Recipes for Every Day” by Better Homes and Gardens
from The Ultimate Low-Calorie Book: More than 400 Light and Healthy Recipes for Every Day
by Better Homes and Gardens
HMH Books, 2012

To prepare the cauliflower Place a large pot with 8 cups water and the salt over high heat.

“Classic Lebanese Cuisine: 170 Fresh and Healthy Mediterranean Favorites” by Kamal Al-Faqih
from Classic Lebanese Cuisine: 170 Fresh and Healthy Mediterranean Favorites
by Kamal Al-Faqih
Globe Pequot, 2009

Plunge the cauliflower into a large bowl of ice water to stop the cooking process; let it sit for at least 3 minutes.

“One To Five: One Shortcut Recipe Transformed Into Five Easy Dishes” by Scott, Ryan
from One To Five: One Shortcut Recipe Transformed Into Five Easy Dishes
by Scott, Ryan
Oxmoor House, Incorporated, 2016

Start the onion sautéing in a tablespoon of the oil, and after a minute or so, add the garlic and oregano, cook another minute or so and add the cauliflower, a couple pinches of salt, a dose of pepper, and 1 cup of water or stock.

“The Complete Tassajara Cookbook: Recipes, Techniques, and Reflections from the Famed Zen Kitchen” by Edward Espe Brown
from The Complete Tassajara Cookbook: Recipes, Techniques, and Reflections from the Famed Zen Kitchen
by Edward Espe Brown
Shambhala, 2011

Cover and steam for about 8 minutes, until the cauliflower is fork-tender.

“Made Whole: More Than 145 Anti-lnflammatory Keto-Paleo Recipes to Nourish You from the Inside Out” by Cristina Curp
from Made Whole: More Than 145 Anti-lnflammatory Keto-Paleo Recipes to Nourish You from the Inside Out
by Cristina Curp
Victory Belt Publishing, 2018

First heat the oil and brown the onions, then add the cauliflower, curry powder, tomatoes and salt to taste and fry together for 2 or 3 minutes, then add about 1/2 cup water, cover and simmer on low heat until the cauliflower is tender and most of the liquid absorbed.

“Food Culture in Sub-Saharan Africa” by Fran Osseo-Asare
from Food Culture in Sub-Saharan Africa
by Fran Osseo-Asare
Greenwood Press, 2005

Place the chopped cauliflower in the center of a clean kitchen towel and twist the towel tightly to squeeze all the water out of the cauliflower.

“Air Fry Genius” by Meredith Laurence, Jessica Walker
from Air Fry Genius
by Meredith Laurence, Jessica Walker
Walah! LLC, 2017

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  • Prettttttty jazzy!!! I’m taking and making cruelty free!!��
    Cuz why cram so much saturated fats, environmental devastation, and tortured animal secretions into such beautifully healthy and tasty food to begin with???!?

    Flax eggs, ✔️
    Follow Your Heart &/or Daiya cheeses✔️ OR EVEN Nutritional Yeast for extra cheezy and extra vitamins!!✔️✔️
    Oil? ALVOCADO!! Or Veggie Stocks!! Orrrr coconut oil✔️✔️✔️

    ��‍♀️There’s a peaceful option for everything��

  • Hey master! May I get your phone number for learn me about cooking at whatsapp aplication and I will share in my beloved indonesian people. Thank you

  • I’m in the second recipe!!!! Turmeric �� the onion powder is the magic so far so good I l find my favorite soon. What are any of your fav?

  • O Please stop making cauliflower so popular… Next to asparagus this is my FAVORITE. Now those cauliflower prices skyrocket too:(

  • With the sound, I felt like I took a tour of the Jurassic world.. Hahaha. Well, amazed to see these cauliflower versions.. I don’t like cauliflower though but I would definitely try some of them.

  • Hi, thanks for sharing these recipes. Is it ok to deep fry / pan fry the breaded cauli and the cheese balls instead of baking them?

  • Coat florets of cauliflower in flour, slowly fry in canola oil until golden brown, and season with salt and pepper to taste. ��
    Thanks for the awesome recipes chef. Love your cooking style. ��

  • Whole Roasted Cauliflower In Olive Oil 0:34
    Baked Breaded Cauliflower 1:33
    Cauliflower Cheese Balls 3:06
    Cauliflower rice with carrot and peas 4:43
    which recipe is your favorite?

  • I shared the most ��AMAZING�� buffalo cauliflower wings on my channell! The difference in CALORIES is crazy when compared to chicken��! So tasty and I’m picky.����

  • Bhaut Acha I Will Try����.
    Insha Allah…
    I Am Your New subscriber..ap Bhe Meri Sis Ke Channel Ko Subscribe Kijye https://youtu.be/S2_GkbyVffk ��❤Sayad pasnad Aaya��

  • Thank you so much for this, this is going to really help me put more vegs in my meals and what to do with the califlower rice. Loved it.

  • This was amazing! Who knew cauliflower was such a badass?! I appreciate your hard work on this gem of a video. Thanks for sharing your awesome knowledge in such a creative way (for free! Bonus!!). Cheers!

    Normally I just watch you for pleasureable entertainment, but this makes me look forward to buying cauliflower next market trip and trying out these recipes! Yumm����

  • Why is it your eggs always look fake? The yolks are way too orange to be real eggs…unless you feed your chickens something special.

  • Good menu but the sound effect and editing is so over dramatic. First half of video Sounds like a fighting Scene from a Disney movie and the second half sounds like a chasing scene from a (comedy) cop movie����‍♀️. It’s food tube for god shake

  • The Superman music themes were amusing but really and truly unnecessary! Actually more distracting than anything else. The content was really good enough without the frills. Many times in life Less is More.

  • Im always bmown away by the extreme knife skills of the chefs. Bebit with 3 regular kitchen knife or a cleaver cutting vegetable julienne. I can’t even achieve such quality withba machine.

  • WOW…by far, this is one of the most creative and entertaining cooking videos I ‘ve seen…simply Amazing! Who knew that cauliflower could be so versatile. Can’ wait to try the recipes! You’re Awesome; I love your energy, passion & mouth-watering recipes (particularly the plant-based recipes). You’re so much fun to watch! Thank-you so much for the free bonus and all your hard work!!!

  • Hi there! Yesterday I have tried the bbq buffalo cauliflower wings and ohhh my god! They were amazing! Awesome flavour! You can’t tell if you are eating cauliflower or chicken. I only used 1/4 cup of bbq sauce mixed with the juice of an orange and a teaspoon of honey because in Argentina we don’t have low sugar bbq sauce only regular stuff. Congratulations for such an incredible channel! #truefollower

  • Thank you for your time and effort to bring us this recipe. I use to love cauliflower but I stopped eating it for some reason. I love all the flavors just switch out the rice for the c.f.

  • Easily the coolest cooking channel ever ❤️

    Freedom units are fun, but a footnote with Celsius and Dl will make following the recipe so much easier for everyone else ��

    Loved everything about this video!

  • I love your video! It helps working Mom a lot.
    One question, can I freeze homemade cauliflower? My country, Taiwan, grows a lot vegetables very well, including cauliflower. I would like to take advantages on it. Thank you!

  • A standard cheap cheese greater works fine and is easier to wash up. Much less effort is needed than with cheese so it’s quick too.

  • i think the first recipee is inspired by INDIAN MASTERCHEF VIKAS KHANNA’s MICHELIN STAR DISH-“TREE OF LIFE ” however i like the TASTE show

  • Looks good… ButI need Ur help…I always wash n boil cauliflower before using in any recepies as the cauliflower we get here definitely requires to be cleaned…so how do I clean it if I have to go ahead with Ur recepie

  • 0:22 Cauliflower Steaks Over Carrot Sauce �� https://www.tasteshow.com/product/cauliflower-steaks-over-carrot-sauce_17833.html
    4:38 Bacon-Wrapped Cauliflower-Stuffed Meatball �� https://www.tasteshow.com/product/bacon-wrapped-cauliflower-stuffed-meatballs_7081.html
    7:40 Cauliflower Rice Stir-Fry �� https://www.tasteshow.com/product/cauliflower-rice-stir-fry_5638.html
    10:38 Keto-Friendly, Low Carb Cauliflower Fritters �� https://www.tasteshow.com/product/keto-friendly-low-carb-cauliflower-fritters_5648.html
    12:25 Pan-Seared Sea Scallops with Cauliflower Purée �� https://www.tasteshow.com/product/pan-seared-sea-scallops-with-cauliflower-puree_7077.html

  • To Mister “Stay At Home Mom”,

    Please sit your love down in front of a few good knife handling videos. I don’t think she needs the kind of gashes she might be headed for. Geez… This is the second time she has sent me to cringing.. Love her recipes though! Enjoy!

  • I tried the first recipe with adding only 1 tablespoon of oil so that it’s not too oily and it came out so delicious! seriously it felt like eating some sort of junk food yet it’s so healthy. ��

  • I love it cooked with just salt and pepper and butter….wonderful flavor. That and summer squash cooked with just butter salt and pepper is so delicious. and both are very Good for you.

  • Thank you putting in so much effort into your work! I just read the description and it’s incredibly detailed. Thank you for your hardwork!

  • I dare you to contact the BBC about doing some programmes very similar to this! An idea whose time has come. You can contact them online to suggest new programmes via Iplayer. Massively different to anything we have seen yet on TV.

  • I normally have all of these “goodness” in my fridge and cupboards. Because of this video, I now know how to use them all. Thanks very much for sharing.

  • Nice video! I’m working on a recipe that uses roast cauliflower and been wondering what temperature and how long to roast it for since normally I am used to making stovetop recipes and do not use my oven as much so this spells it out really nicely!

  • ….i just tried nr.2…..
    you know god damn well them shits aint going to come out the oven like in this vid!
    that batter aint sticking like that and you need a second run…wich leaves you with lumps that aint no good.

    tomorrow i will try it with the cheese…..if it aint look like yours…..☝��

  • If you’re on Keto and can’t use real bread crumbs just buy a bag of pork rinds, I love the hot spicy ones myself but any flavor you prefer will do, then crush them down to crumbs with a rolling pin, or side of a glass bottle, and use those in place of bread crumbs. I also use pork rind crumbs to “bread” my chicken, deep fried mushrooms, & scotch eggs. I use the same egg mixture to make crumbs stick and sometimes add a dollop of cream to the egg mix too. Totally delish “bread” crumb substitute and NO carbs!!

  • Steamed or boiled head of cauliflower.
    Mix mayo and mustard to taste.
    Slather on cauliflower and pile on cheese of choice.
    Broil until cheese is melted and golden.

  • No matter what you do to cauliflower, it will never be something that is delicious. These might be the best recipes in the world but it is still cauliflower we are dealing with.

  • Other than munching on a little raw cauliflower there’s only one way that I like it. That’s broken in florets, steamed but still firm, dip in egg and milk wash, roll in seasoned flour, deep fat fry and serve quickly while still fresh from the oil. I was cooking dinner for a friend years ago and while making this she said her seven year old wouldn’t eat it because he didn’t like cauliflower. I added some to his plate without telling him what it was. After eating it he asked me if he could have another piece of fried chicken. Yes it’s that good when done correctly. For low carb I’d replace the flour with almond flour and parm cheese seasoned and then spray down with oil and air fry. The chicken fried cauliflower is something my mother cooked sixty years ago I cooked it for my kids who still ask for it at thanksgiving time when I cook for the family. So to those who don’t like this vegetable try cooking it in a different way to get away from the usual taste.

  • These meals are delicious. I’ve already made your breadsticks and pudding �� recipes. For the pudding is the serving size 1/4 cup or the yield of 1 1/4 cup wasn’t sure which to enter into carb manager for tracking and how to enter the latter to save. Thanks in advance!!!

  • WOW it looks amazing! Thank you for always sharing great recipes that are easy to follow and delicious! You’ve inspired me to start my own channel and I would appreciate it if you guys checked it out. Have a great day everyone��

  • Thanks for your upload! I look forward in watching your videos, every morning, or when they’re uploaded! I have never liked cauliflower, but I will give this a try. Thanks for uploading the recipes! For some reason, I cannot locate the description box. Can you please tell me where to locate it?

  • I never understand why you spend the time breading and frying something just to smother it in some kind of sauce, completely rendering the dish void of any crunch. It doesn’t make sense. Stop it!

  • I´m gonna swap bread crumbs for crushed/ground corn flakes:D plus I´m thinking about skipping the,,spray with oil” part, for the extra health punch (plus I don´t have the spray LOL )

  • I don’t know why the 225 people don’t like the video! I’ve been watching YouTube trying to learn how to cook healthier for myself and kids. This is by far the most entertaining and best laid out. I loved the Epic theme of this and you should do more, really engaging!

  • Thank you Alyssia! I am sure it was a lot of work. I enjoyed watching it and look forward to making some of those recipes really soon. God bless you!

  • These recipes are great and amazing. I feel I am watching a healthy superhero film where every foods trying to save the world to say eating healthy foods will save your life and money instead of junk foods. ��������������������️⛹️������������������������������️����������️��������

  • This are great!!! But I didn’t see anything in the description box about how to make those amazing looking dips ����‍♀️ that go with each cauliflower dish.

  • Wow they are awesome recipes.
    I am wondering whether aqua fabre could be used instead of eggs for the patties, or whether you have a different suggestion? I am allergic to eggs.

  • Cauliflower cheese balls are delicious ��, i recommend everyone to try it, I used a different cheese but still amazing, thank you for the recipe @The Cooking Foodie!

  • How do you not have a million yet? It’s happening in 2019 I can feel it. Relatively new viewer, so I’m not as familiar with older content. That was amazing. Putting these recipes into my weekly meal plan rotation asap. First up: cauliflower tots and the burger patties. Thank you!

  • Now I wish I had some Cauliflower. lol. I’m glad there is other recipes for hummus. Then just using chickpeas. All these looked yummy.

  • No sesame seeds.
    I have marble cheese, havarti cheese, Romano cheese and Parmesan cheese but no mozzarella cheese. That sucks I cant mske any of these recipes.

  • I did no.2 but instead rolled the capsicum, red onion & some danish feta IN the ham, then stuffed it in, covered it with a cream sauce mixed with mustard, chicken stock, salt & pepper, nutmeg. sprinkle with grated cheddar, finish with parmesan & paprika. It’s in the oven now and I realised I forgot to boil the cauliflower first. Damn. Hope it still works.

  • Buenos días, están especiales estás recetas para mí familia somos fan’s de la coliflor ������ mil gracias por las opciones de prepararla. Saludos y bendiciones ������������������

  • Danas sam se upisala na kanal i odmah sam napravila ovaj karfiol sa susamom pečen u rerni. Ispalo je predivno, moji u kući su oduševljeni! Kao sos sam dodala tzatziki salatu. Fantastično!:-):-):-)

  • Why am i watching food channel at 1am? Now im hungry. Goodness. I sure put on weight if this goes on at my hrs. Thank you for easy quick veg. Might use brocolli too.

  • Some very interesting ideas of how to cook cauliflower. Thanks. I will for personal reasons leave out the meat and salt, but I will try some of these ideas.

  • I love cauliflower in roux sauce, so the first variation with the ham, onions and pepper is an interesting variation. I will try it.

  • I just watched this video and I have never wanted Cali flour rice so badly in my life! Funny and have I just called my dad at the store to tell him I’ve changed my mind and I would like for him to pick me up some cauliflower and some lime! Lol! Thank you so much for this! I can’t wait to make it!

  • I need to try 1 a month all this yr, but just bought one going brown a small surface are spot from days over 3 weeks or beggining or so of July & am in start August now. I

    been busy & not get to fo IG recipe, so steaming the head floweretes in digital pot got on HSN. I need to find the IG 1 I still want & print it. So next time, can breaded oven one be done after steamed them a bit, cuz is quickest I had to do so not go bad. Get further bigger surface area brown.

    I will try with both & 1 of ones not fit on pot uncooked see how it does with small mix rn. Behind still on calking & stuff, so this cooking cauliflower right now is taking up my time & late eat some hot dogs fast food at home toll my rental apt place is not upside down, with broken kithen faucet, mess clutter one room started not finished then started bathroon same thing, etc so all over the place trying to remedy that fast. I hope I can. Cant seem to though. I think myst ckear kitchen counter at least or whatever so it can help me move the rest in order. It seems to be my focal pount atm, that keep saying in my head that gonna do & I don’t. ������������☺������

  • My favorite cauliflower recipe:
    Cut it in tiny little pieces, practicing your knife skills, then quickly slide it in the garbage can, and visit Sonic. ��Cauliflower!!!

  • I’ve learned a lot from watching You’z guy’s Vid’s. And I’ve been a Chef (retired) for a LONG time. First lesson being,they are so fast (and well edited), you don’t dare look away for a split second! On the other hand? They don’t drag-on-and-on, FOREVER (as some do). Your creative approach is refreshingly good take on dishes & garnishments. My only question, is; have ya’all published a cookbook, if so, where can I get it? Keep it up, good job! Consider producing an half hour TV show. You’d be great at it! Could launch a whole line of spin-off merchandise, and/or endorsements. Can also do a segment of “failed” product or techniques.

    Regards, “Chez -Spuds”

  • I think we need to move youtube to a voting sytem.. we get to vote if the title is accurate, cause this one is NOT.. course youtube would loose money if titles were accurate.. thanks for a waste of time

  • Hmm…. Great ideas!! My favorite is steamed cauliflower with a cheese sauce consisting of 2:1 cream cheese and blue cheese with 1Tbs butter, 1/3 cup of evaporated milk or cream, 4-5 dashes of onion powder, celery powder & less chili powder, Worcestershire sauce, 1 oz dry wine, salt & pepper to taste. Delicious!!!

  • I love your easy to follow instructions with no verbal distractions. I get to focus of the food… and it looks great and makes me want to try several of your dishes. Thanks ❤��❤

  • I roast mine with onion, garlic pods (skin on), thyme, sea salt and cracked pepper, the last 10 minutes I put parmesan cheese on it. Soooo good. I found the recipe on Epicurious! Thanks guys great recipe!

  • Pov: you’ve come to this video because you have cauliflower and you have no idea what to do with it so you went looking for a recipe.

  • I Love Cauliflower, So Going To Give Your recipes A Try. Love Your Videos Thanks For Kindly Sharing Them With Those Of Us That Love Cauliflower…

  • Every one of those recipes looks spectacular. I love what Mark Twain called “cabbage with a college education” and can’t wait to try, particularly the crispy cauli in sauce. Vary the sauce to a Chinese version, and you could have General Tso’s cauliflower, sweet and sour cauliflower; or use curry and coconut milk for a Thai version…

  • firstly i don’t think this lady has done this before secondly, surprised she still has fingers thirdly you DO NOT cut the cauli like that

  • Awesome stuff! While watching it occurred to me that all these recipes are either keto/paleo friendly or could be easily made that way.

  • You have to try fried cauliflower!! Its soooooo tasty!!!! I am from Lebanon ( my family is from Lebanon but we live in Germany ) and we ( from Lebanon, Palestine.. ) we love to eat it deep fried with arabic bread and a little bit of salt on it

  • Wow I have been trying to find a ketogenic tortilla for a while now, that is a game changer on its own, let alone all the other stuff!! this is amazing,

  • To me the best ways to eat cauliflower (cf) are:
    Gobi pratha( cf stuffed flatbread eaten with yogurt and or butter)
    Gobi pakora ( cf fritters)
    pickled cf in spices and oil
    aloo Gobi subji ( cf and potatoes stir fry cooked in different spices.
    ; )

  • Love how upbeat and fun this video is!!! Who knew cauliflower could look so good!!! Thanks for putting the time in for us. I am tricking my kids with ALL of these!!!! X

  • Love it.. watching and waiting for a salad. You did provide a cauli salad ☺. I love cauli.. love a couple of cauli soups please.. i have to sub now my mouth is watering.. I do have 2 cauli in fridge thank you for great ideas.

  • Thank you for the recipes. I tried 3 out of 4. The cauliflower cheese balls I made them two times. I still have to try the breaded cauliflower. All the best!

  • Hello chef Bao. Tasty food. Full colors. I like it. Good recipe. I think i try to do it. Thanks for sharing.��������������������❤��

  • I have tried cauliflower with egg and seasoned flour it was phenomenal. Keep dredging in the flower about 3-4 times. I usually Kentucky Kernel my favorite or make my own. Lot of flavor. I love cauliflower now. Any cauliflower pizza crust lovers out there?

  • I love the music.. it can be healthy with oil, you have so much options you can use grapeseed oil, etc. I know not all 4 is for me so I am only trying the first recipe because it is the healthiest option. Thanks for the video!

  • Mine is by it self a complete dinner, ground meat sauté with onion and garlic and sauté diced green beans and diced tomatoes, cook all together and when your meat and beans are good to eat you add your cauliflower rice and add saffron to it ready to eat ��salt and pepper cumin as you wish.

  • I am so trying that cauliflower pudding tonight……though my brain and tongue are confused with the previous recipes in the video + leftover savory lunch flavor in my mouth. Haha.

  • IDK… 425ºF doesn’t seem hot enough to actually roast the cauliflower. In the test kitchen we’ve found 500ºF 550ºF to be better. More roasting, less steaming.