Cauliflower doesn't ordinarily send out side shoots, but I have seen them do it a few times. If you have something else you can plant in its place, I'd pull them out and replace them with something else. If not, it won't hurt anything to leave them in.
I don't grow cauliflowers but when you cut the head off a cabbage, if you cut an X into the cut surface of the stem it will grow 4 baby cabbages. Wonder if that works with cauliflowers too. If I grew them I would try it
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