Nutrition News: Cabbage is Back!

cabbage in the warehouseCabbage is a leafy vegetable low in calories and rich in Vitamin C, fiber and folate. Did you know there are over 400 different types of cabbage?

Cabbage is a great source of vitamin C and has powerful cancer-fighting nutrients. However, once cabbage is cut the amount of vitamin C decreases. When cooking  cabbage, cook uncovered, just until tender. Strong smelling cabbage is a result of overcooking.



Enjoy Eating More Cabbage

  • Substitute lettuce in tacos with cabbage
  • Add shredded cabbage into salads
  • Cut cabbage wedges and roast in the oven…yum!
  • Stir-fry cabbage with your favorite vegetables
  • Add cabbage to vegetable soup
  • Stuff cabbage and boil

What’s the best way to store cabbage? Watch and find out.
Selecting and Storing Cabbage

Download the Cabbage Recipe Pamphlet and find more tasty recipes on our Pinterest page:

Maria Ali Conley, RD, LD/N
Nutrition Manager

Nutrition News: Cabbage is Back!
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