This mash is a fantastic substitute for mashed potato.  I love it because contains more nutrients and much less (natural) sugar and is still delicious.  All the comfort of regular mash, none of the downside.

1 small head cauliflower, separated into florets
1 leek, white (and 6cm of green if you like), well washed, cut into 1cm slices
1 knob (about the size of a walnut in its shell) of organic ghee (for people with dairy protein tolerance) or butter or 1 dsp extra v olive oil
2 tbs of unsweetened additive-free non dairy milk like coconut or almond or (if you can eat dairy) you can substitute regular milk or cream
Pinch of ground nutmeg (optional)
¼ tsp freshly ground black or white pepper plus  pinch of Himalayan salt/sea salt

1. Steam the cauliflower until softened, then throw the leek in on top and steam everything until very soft.  Drain well.
2. Place the vegetables with the milk, ghee/butter and seasonings in the food processor and blitz for a few minutes until smooth.  It will have some flecks of green thorough it and look like potato mash.

Make lots and store leftovers in the freezer.  Reheat over a gentle heat, stirring.

Add 2 good tablespoons of chopped parsley when blitzing.

Why this is good for you:
First of all you are getting sulphur from brassica and onion family veg (cauli and leek).  This helps your detoxification.  Leeks also contain prebiotic fibre which turbo-charges growth of certain good gut bacteria to keep you well.  There’s also the major benefit of thismash being much lower in carbohydrates (sugars) than potato mash.  Potatoes, especially peeled and mashed are massively high in (natural) sugars which promote blood sugar imbalances when you eat large amounts.   Meals very high in carbohydrates slow down our detoxification.  Also, because they are satiating, they prevent us from eating lots more vitality-boosting green and non-starchy vegetables in a meal.  A seemingly healthy meal of say potatoes, carrots, parsnips and meat is in fact a large sugar overload because the veg are all root vegetables and therefore rich in sugars.  Potatoes contain much more sugar than other root veg like carrots.   A much more health-supporting combination would be 25% meat, up to 25% starchy carbs (e.g. carrots, potatoes, parsnips, turnips) and 50% or more non starchy vegetables (e.g. green vegetables, cauliflower).