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Cabbage And Curious Facts About It

Most Impressive Information About the Leafy Veggie We All Love

Grand Vantage

Cabbage is a must in almost every kitchen. This leafy vegetable is so easy to cook and it gives so much space for cooking experiments! Fry it, boil it, cook, or do whatever you can imagine – cabbage will always remain tasty, no matter whether eaten on its own or as a part of a dish.

That is why we thought it would be nice to introduce you to this healthy foodstuff to get to know it closer.

So what makes cabbage our favorite except for the easiness of keeping and using?

  • It’s super nutritious! 

It’s packed with various vitamins including K, C, and B6, as well as fiber, protein, calcium, and many others

  • It contains antioxidants that protect us from inflammation and the diseases it causes
  • It is rich in vitamin C
  • Cabbage is a great help for improving digestion
  • This veggie is our heart best friend
  • Consuming cabbage will lower the blood pressure
  • It brings the cholesterol down

Besides, this gift of mother nature is very simple to keep and even freeze!

Well, and now let’s get to know the variety of this vegetable closer since there are so many sorts of cabbage exist! Who knows, maybe you’d decide to grow some on the backyard!

Brunswick

This cabbage is quite frost-resistant, perfect for growing in a cold climate.

Brunswick
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Charleston Wakefield

This noble-named veggie traces its heritage back to 1892! It is heat-resistant which is good for growing it in warm areas.

Charleston Wakefield
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Earliana

According to the name, this cabbage matures one of the earliest – in just 60 days!

Earliana
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January King

This purple “Majesty” is one of the hardiest winter cabbages being surprisingly sweet, delicate, and tender for cooking purposes.

January King
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Red Acre

Perfect for salads, slaws, and simply eating raw due to the sweet pleasant taste.

Red Acre
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Late flat Dutch

This one is a depiction of a famous saying “the bigger the better” with its wide-open leaves. It takes much space and time to mature, yes, but looks impressive!

Late flat Dutch
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Bok Choy

This leaf cabbage is also known as Chinese leafy cabbage. Its heads are small and elongated with juicy green leaves that are white at the base. It can be used in soups, stews, as a side dish or marinated appetizer.

Bok Choy
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Grand Vantage

It’s known for holding ability and density, as well as high illness resistance.

Grand Vantage
grand vantage by growingproduce.com

Savoy

We know it all! With funny “curly” leaves, this cabbage tastes quite dry but fits perfectly with any salad dressing sauce.

Savoy
savoy cabbage by growingproduce.com

Super Star

This hybrid cabbage stays fresh and well-shaped even far after it was harvested.

Super Star
superstar by growingproduce.com

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Written by
Elisa Chan
She is a passionate cooker because of her education she loves to make healthy and delicious dishes. She is happy to share with us her proper freezing and storing tips to keep all the nutrients. Currently working on easy to implement storing food guide.
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