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Organic Red Cabbage (purple cabbage) - 1pc

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Original price HK$136.00 - Original price HK$136.00
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HK$136.00 - HK$136.00
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Red cabbage, also known as purple cabbage, is a vibrant and versatile vegetable that adds a pop of color and crunch to any meal. Rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, it boasts a distinctive deep purple hue and a slightly sweet, peppery flavor. Versatile in the kitchen, red cabbage can be enjoyed raw in salads, sautéed with spices, or even fermented into a tangy sauerkraut. Its striking appearance and nutritional profile make it a must-have ingredient for a healthy, balanced diet.

How to Eat Red Cabbage? 
Here are some tips on how to enjoy eating red cabbage:
  • Raw in Salads: Shredded or thinly sliced raw red cabbage adds a wonderful crunch and color to green salads, slaws, and other vegetable-based dishes.
  • Sautéed or Stir-Fried: Red cabbage holds up well to heat. Sauté it with olive oil, garlic, and your choice of spices for a tasty side dish.
  • Roasted: Toss wedges or shredded red cabbage with oil, salt, and pepper and roast at high heat until tender and caramelized.
  • Braised: Slowly braise red cabbage with vinegar, apples, onions, and seasonings for a sweet and sour preparation.
  • Fermented into Sauerkraut: The natural sugars in red cabbage make it perfect for fermenting into a probiotic-rich sauerkraut.
  • In Soups and Stews: Add shredded red cabbage to hearty vegetable soups, bean stews, or even chicken noodle soup.
  • Pickled: Quick pickle red cabbage in a vinegar brine to enjoy as a condiment or topping.

The versatility of red cabbage allows you to enjoy it raw, cooked, or fermented in a variety of delicious ways. Its nutritional benefits and vibrant color make it a great addition to any healthy diet.

Is Cabbage Low-FODMAP?

Yes, cabbage is considered a low FODMAP food.

The low FODMAP diet is a dietary approach that limits foods containing certain types of fermentable carbohydrates (FODMAPs) which can cause digestive issues for some people, particularly those with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

Cabbage, both green and red varieties, is low in the FODMAP compounds that can trigger digestive distress, such as fructans and galacto-oligosaccharides (GOS). This makes cabbage a safe option for people following a low FODMAP diet.

Some key points about cabbage and the low FODMAP diet:

  • Green and red cabbage are both low FODMAP in servings up to 1 cup (75g) per meal.
  • Savoy cabbage is also low FODMAP in the same serving size.
    Fermented or pickled cabbage, like sauerkraut, is low FODMAP in servings up to 2 tablespoons (40g).
  • Cabbage is a good source of fiber, vitamins, and other beneficial plant compounds, making it a nutritious addition to a low FODMAP diet.

In summary, cabbage in reasonable portions is considered a low FODMAP food that can be safely included by those following a low FODMAP eating plan. As with any dietary change, it's best to consult a qualified healthcare provider or dietitian.

Weight: Approx. 1.5kg
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