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Soil-Grown Cabbage

Soil-Grown Cabbage

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Cabbage is a leafy green, red (purple), or white (pale green) biennial plant grown as an annual vegetable crop for its dense-leaved heads. It belongs to the Brassica genus, which includes broccoli, cauliflower, kale, and Brussels sprouts, among others. Cabbage is a versatile vegetable that has been a staple in diets around the world for centuries, known for its hardiness and ability to be stored for long periods.


  • Appearance: Cabbage forms a round or oblong head composed of layers of superimposed leaf layers. The leaves can be smooth or crinkled, depending on the variety.
  • Taste and Texture: Raw cabbage has a crisp texture and a slightly peppery flavor, which becomes sweeter and milder when cooked. Red cabbage tends to have a slightly earthier taste compared to green cabbage.
  • Color Varieties: The most common colors of cabbage are green and red, but white varieties also exist. The color can vary from pale to dark green in green cabbages, while red cabbages can range from deep red to purple.
  • Nutritional Value: Cabbage is low in calories but high in fiber and vitamins C and K. It also contains antioxidants and other beneficial nutrients, making it a healthy addition to a balanced diet.

Culinary Uses:

  • Raw: Often used in salads and coleslaws, adding a crunchy texture and a fresh flavor.
  • Cooked: Can be steamed, boiled, sautéed, or stir-fried. Cooking cabbage softens its texture and mellows its flavor.
  • Fermented: Cabbage is the main ingredient in traditional fermented foods like sauerkraut (fermented green cabbage) and kimchi (a Korean dish made with fermented cabbage and various seasonings).


  • Growing Conditions: Cabbage thrives in cool climates and can be grown in both spring and fall. It requires fertile soil, ample sunlight, and regular watering.
  • Harvesting: The head is harvested when it is firm and has reached a sufficient size, depending on the variety.


There are numerous varieties of cabbage, each with its own characteristics and preferred culinary uses. Some common varieties include:

  • Savoy Cabbage: Characterized by crinkled, textured leaves and a mild flavor.
  • Napa Cabbage: Also known as Chinese cabbage, it has an oblong shape and is commonly used in Asian cuisine.
  • Red Cabbage: Known for its vibrant color and slightly earthy flavor, it's often used in salads and slaws for a pop of color.

Cabbage has been cultivated for thousands of years and remains a dietary staple in many cultures due to its versatility, nutritional value, and the ease with which it can be stored and preserved.

Nutrient Farm Vegetables are produced with the highest levels of farming stewardship.

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