Growing Crunchy Cabbage Indoors
Cabbage is one of the most ubiquitous vegetables, and it comes in many varieties—red, purple, green, and Napa cabbage (the latter of which is usually found in Chinese cooking). It’s one of the oldest vegetables around, dating as far back as the 1600s.
Medicinal and Nutritional Benefits
Cabbage has been proven to contain anti-bacterial and anti-viral properties. It also contains antioxidants, known as quercetin,that behaves as an antihistamine. If you’re suffering from allergies, try some cabbage!
Cook it up
In culinary usage, cabbage provides crispness for your dishes. Its sprouts are often used as a main ingredient in Asian dishes, but keep in mind: they are extremely delicate! They can only be warmed up for roughly 20 to 30 seconds before they wilt.