Cabbages were cultivated from a wild mustard plant in the Mediterranean, and was praised highly by the ancient Greeks and Romans. Traditional cabbage dishes can be found in eastern European, Irish, Indian, and Middle-Eastern cultures. Chinese and Korean cultures ferment it into kim chee, Germans make sauerkraut. The vegetable has lots of medicinal properties, including vitamin C, amino acids, and anti-cancer compounds.
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STORE: In the fridge. Keep in a plastic bag or sealed container for maximum freshness.