Roughly chop the cauliflower, removing all leaves. Place in steamer and cook until it's easy to stick a fork in it (about 20 minutes). Saute the garlic and rosemary in coconut oil until the garlic is light golden brown. Add the garlic, chives, rosemary, coconut oil mixture to the cauliflower. Add a bit of chicken broth if needed. Use a submergible blender to blend mixture while it's in the pot. Add sea salt and pepper to taste.
I am a home cook that collects recipes from all over the Internet. Not all the canning recipes here are USDA approved. I assume you know the basics of canning safely. If you do not, please learn before attempting any canning recipes here or elsewhere. A good place to start is freshpreserving.com. Another excellent resource is Granny Miller. I do not write every single step of the canning process in every recipe. KNOW WHAT YOU ARE DOING. I live at 1-1000 ft elevation, so the recipes are written for that elevation. Adjust accordingly for your elevation.
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I'm a momma of eight (not so) little (anymore) Lambies aged 20 and under, five by birth and three adopted from CA foster care. We live in a small city, but have a small town heart. I'd love to live in the forest again, and if the Lord wills, someday will.