Cabbage may look a little hard to handle, but it’s really one of the best to keep around. It lasts a long time in your fridge, can be sliced, diced, steamed, put in a stir-fry, or even eaten grilled or raw. You can also use cabbage to make your own sauerkraut and kimchi at home to get all those healthy probiotics in your belly. Full of B vitamins and potassium, along with vitamin C, cabbage is always on your side working for your greater good. Here’s how to give cabbage some major love!
Global Ways to Cook With Cabbage
Adding global flavors to foods is an easy, quick way to bring them to life in a new way you might not be used to. This includes cabbage, which is quite the global little veggie! See Global Ways to Cook With Cabbage for simple tips and tricks.
10 Ways to Cook With Cabbage
For those that want more traditional flavors instead of global options, we hear ya. Sometimes the stuff we’re used to is comforting. Here are 10 Ways to Give Cabbage a Try and Cook With it Tonight if you’re looking for some easy, but still delicious suggestions.
How to Make Your Own Sauerkraut and Kimchi
Kraut and kimchi are two popular ways to enjoy cabbage fermented. It’s high in B vitamins, probiotics, and has a delicious flavor. Kimchi is a spicier version of kraut that’s also made with ingredients like onions, peppers, garlic, and some varieties have other veggies added. Skip the options at the store and see How to Make Your Own Raw Sauerkraut here and How to Make Raw Kimchi at home here.
How to Make Dairy-Free Summer Slaws
Cabbage is commonly used to make slaw, but you don’t need to add the dairy in there to make it tasty. Check out these 10 Ways to Make Awesome Summer Slaws Without Dairy for recipes that you won’t be able to wait until summer to make … you’ll love them so much, you’ll want them year round!
All of Our Cabbage Recipes
For more cabbage recipes that include everything from raw, steamed, stir-fried, fermented and more, see all our cabbage recipes here!