Cabbage was one of the first plants ever to be cultivated and the ancient Egyptians worshipped cabbage heads as gods. You know, as people tend to do with vegetables. Those crazy Egyptians. Did you know that they fed their workers beer when they were building the pyramids? No wonder they made them so big - and so many! Man, it seems like you can't stumble through the desert without running into a pyramid somewhere. Anyways, Cabbage is high in anti-carcinogenic phytochemicals and it stimulates the immune system's production of antibodies.
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Store whole in perforated plastic in crisper.
Preparation Tip: Remove damaged or discoloured leaves. Cut out tough core at base. Be careful not to overcook.
Did you know... Adding bread into a steamer of cabbage will absorb the sulphurous odour.
Culinary Compatibility: Vinegars, especially balsamic or wine. Soy sauce, tamari, ginger, garlic, sesame oil, oyster sauce, hot peppers, shiitake mushrooms, dijon mustard, dill, caraway, celery seed, sage, savory and thyme
Health Information: One cup chopped raw green cabbage contains only 22 calories and is high in vitamin C. Red cabbage contains twice as much vitamin C as green. High in vitamins A and E and selenium, iron, folate and potassium.
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