Cabbage is actually a family of plants, but for simplicity's sake, we are talking about Brassica oleracea, the type of cabbage that is traditionally used in cole slaw and sauerkraut. A little-known fact is that cabbage contains more vitamin C tha... Read more
Companion planting, briefly, is the act of planting different crops in your garden in close physical proximity, based on the theory that they will help each other. The main use of this method is for deterring pests and disease without resorting to sy... Read more
Kale is part of the cabbage family and is closely related to collard greens. It has a distinct, strong flavor and comes in two edible varieties: curled leaf and straight. There is also ornamental Kale, which flowers beautifully.
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A cool weather vegetable that produces tight, creamy white heads, cauliflower is actually part of the cabbage family. Cauliflower can be difficult to grow, but the best advice is to continually water and feed your plants, especially when they are you... Read more
Collards are a Southern delight with a mild cabbage-like flavor. High in calcium, the leaves actually get a boost in taste after a light frost. Collards are a nutritional powerhouse that few others can match.
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Alright I'm starting another one! This one is honoring CABBAGE, and I wanted to start This thread because it is a veggie that I had almost forgotten about because I never use it since my husband doesn't like it. But I remember when I was young my gra... Read more
I mistakenly bought half a head of green cabbage instead of iceberg lettuce. We were having burritos and tacos. Guess what? We couldn't really tell the difference in this instance. And cabbage has so much more nutrition than iceberg. What a happy acc... Read more
Cabbage is highly promoted for prevention of cancer. A compound in cabbage, sulforaphane, also helps protect cells from invasion of carcinogens & even repairs ulcers. Cabbage has a substance that inhibits the conversion of sugar and other carbohydra... Read more
On Thanksgiving I made Sweet & Sour Red Cabbage when my neighbor went ewww! I had 10 people for dinner & everyone including my neighbor went for second helpings & were fighting for leftovers to take home. Make the cabbage with diced apples for the sw... Read more
Are you looking for a new way to make corned beef and cabbage or not sure how to make this traditional St. Patrick's Day meal? We've rounded up a variety of delicious corned beef recipes for you to try this holiday.
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When you think of cabbage, do you think of a garnish used to add color or fill in the white space on a plate? Or worse, do you remember watery, mushy, or chewy boiled cabbage that a relative over-boiled with cured meat? If so, then you shar... Read more
With my crazy allergies, I can eat cabbage one day. Well, I was out of it, so when I was at the health food store, I picked up red cabbage since e they were out of the white kind. Unfortunately, by the end of the day, my eyes were swelling shut! I wo... Read more
I never realized how delicious cabbage could be beyond sauerkraut until I started getting it in my veg box. At first, I made a calorie-laden and subsequently divine stuffed cabbage dish, but now I mostly braise it.
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