You know it is yuletide when the amount of cabbages in the market is equivalent to the number of people sourcing for it.
Cabbage which belongs to the cruciferous family contains lots of essential nutrients. They vary in colours from green, red and purple. Leaves could also be smooth or crinkled.
According to the USDA National Nutrient Database; 1 half cup of shredded or cooked cabbage (75 grams) contains:
4g of carbohydrate.
1g of fibre.
2g of sugar.
1 gram of protein.
Eating a half-cup of cooked cabbage would provide 30-35% of daily vitamin C needs.
It also provides:
81.5 micrograms of vitamin K.
11 milligrams of magnesium.
22 micrograms of folate.
Plus, lesser amounts of vitamin B-6, calcium, potassium, and thiamin.
It essentially means that cabbage reduces the risk of much adverse health condition such as;
Increased blood pressure,
It also promotes healthy skin complexion, increases energy/body metabolism, improves digestion, promotes weight loss and enhances vital body organs.
Although, you get several nutrients if you cook or ferment them. However, eating the cabbage raw, particularly in salads, might give you the best nutritional boost.
Slice it very thinly and leave it for about 10 minutes to help bring out the whole and most complex flavours.
Then add it to salads or sandwiches or turn it into coleslaw. Yummy!
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