A native of southern Europe, red cabbage is one among the cabbage vegetables. Like green cabbage, it is rounded and wrapped in tightly wound waxy leaves. The colour of the leaves may vary from red to violet or burgundy due to the presence of anthocyanin. The leaves are coarser in texture compared to the cabbage varieties and when it comes to flavor, red cabbage is known for its bold, peppery and cruciferous savory.
- Red cabbage is a good source of vitamin K and provides small amounts of calcium, magnesium, and zinc, which can help build and maintain healthy bones.
- Red cabbage is high in fiber, making it easier to digest foods and keeping your digestive system healthy.
- The anthocyanins in red cabbage may benefit your heart.
We selectively pick hydroponically grown, chemical-free, and fresh red cabbage from our farm partners.
Storage – Shelf Life
Do not cut cabbages unless you are immediately consuming them as it begin to lose vitamin C when cut.
If you absolutely cannot immediately finish the remaining cabbage, wrap it tightly in plastic wrap and store it in the refrigerator for up to two days. Keeping them in the refrigerator retains the crispness of the vegetable.
Uses-Shredded cabbage can be directly added to any salad and sandwiches as they are most nutritious when eaten raw.
Also used in pickles and flatbreads. Stew fried cabbage, onion, garlic, bell pepper and green chilies mixed with steamed rice, and soya/chili/tomato sauce is a popular favorite (Chow mein) in China and other South East Asian regions.
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