Vitamins are essential nutrients to keep us healthy. While it’s important to get them all year round, it’s more important in the winter season because the body experiences more stress during this period which hence makes it more susceptible to colds, flu, and other health problems. Luckily winter is also cabbage season. Do you think this nutrient-rich vegetable is boring? We will prove you wrong with these 10 cabbage recipes.
Try this low-carb side with collard greens, which is part of the cabbage family, without the usual close-knit core of leaves.
Kale doesn’t have to be confined to smoothie recipes. It is just as tasty when cooked and more pleasant to the bite. Try it in this simple and quick one-pan meal, ideal for beginner cooks.
With its vitamin C and probiotics, sauerkraut (fermented cabbage) is an excellent ally for digestion. In this salad, it is paired with Granny Smith apples, for a nice balance between sweet and tangy.