The smaller Cabbage is ideal for salads.
On a cutting board, cut the cabbage in half.
Find an area where you feel comfortable cutting into, and begin slicing.
The thinner the slices, the better your salad and the effects on the stomach.
Cut as much as you believe is necessary for your salad today.
Place the chopped Cabbage in a bowl.
Add a little Salt.
Next, using your (clean) hands, squeeze and crush the Cabbage with your fingers.
This additional step breaks up the hardness of the Cabbage.
Rinse with cold water to wash out the salt.
Your salad is now ready.
Place on a plate.
Add a few tbsp of Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Salt to taste, a dash of Vinegar or Lemon.
Sprinkle a little Paprika on top.
The Paprika gives an exceptional taste to the Cabbage.
Cabbage Salad may be served as an accompaniment to your main meal.
Cabbage is a vegetable that is recommended for weight loss in many magazines.
Should you be on a diet, the Cabbage fills you up without the fear of gaining additional weight.
You can add a little colour by using red Cabbage as an alternative to this recipe.
Read the book, Cabbage Soup (The Old Bitch Recipe), in the Books and Articles Section of the mrgoudasbooks.com website.
In addition, you may find an assortment of Spices under the Mr. Goudas label.
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Peter Kearney harvesting beautiful cabbages from his biodynamic food garden in Brisbane Australia, ready to be fermented and made into sauerkraut.
At www.cityfoodgrowers.com learn how to grow healthy cabbages for your local climate with no chemicals and learn how to keep the critters from eating them without the need of turning your vegetable garden into a fortress,
Kaye triumphs over a number of garden pests to harvest, on Mother's Day, her first cabbage ever, in this purple cabbage saga. With neighbors, Sophia, C.L. and Larry.
Please Note: Salt is used as an ingredient in many recipes from all over the world, however, in this website, we have mentioned the ingredient salt, in the following recipes