Bless your heart for keeping this board going! Trying to reach out and support other boards where I can.
I love coleslaw, not sure about cabbage juice though. :)
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Thank you, I don't like to give up even when the odds are against me, this was a great place to be when I first started, and I hope it can be again.
How is your board doing?
I love it myself, it is full of fiber, and with St.Patricks Day coming, it's great for that holiday. Have you ever had a Rueben? Yum
Just want to share some simple ideas to eating cabbage:
1. In a vegetable soup. You can just clean out your vegetable bin and throw all the odds and ends in and make a big pot of inexpensive, nutritious soup.
2. Shredded and saute with some onion, mushroom and groudbeef/turkey or vegetarian "crumbles" and use as a filling for bread/pizza dough (homemade or store bought). Kind of like making your own "hot pockets". They can be kept frozen just like the store-bought ones, but healthier and more economical. The mixture is also good as a filling for omelettes or with pasta.
3. Stuffed cabbage. More work, but again, you can make a large amount and they freeze well.
4. Braised red cabbage. Shred a head of red cabbage, an red onion, and an apple. Saute in a little bit of butter/oil, add some water and/or wine (good way to get rid of any leftover wine), some cider vinegar and brown sugar (or whatever your favorite sweetener - agave nector, sucanat, honey, etc.) and simmer over low heat until all tender. Even better the next day.
5. Ditch the corned beef and make colcannon. A Irish cabbage and potato dish. Link to recipe: