Fruits and Vegetables
Appearance: Cabbage are dense-leaved heads that come in shades of white, green, or purple.
Look for: Firm, heavy head with fresh outer leaves and good coloring.
How to Prepare: Remove outer wilted leaves. Rinse. Cut head in half lengthwise and remove core. Cut into wedges or shred. Boil, microwave, steam or stir-fry.
How to Store: Cover, refrigerate unwashed for up to two weeks.
Fun Fact: Cabbage is closely related to broccoli, Brussels sprouts, and cauliflower.
Nutrition Fact: Cabbage is rich in vitamin K, which helps wounds heal as well as vitamin C, which helps support immune system health