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20 Dec

Healthy Tastes Great!

Either raw or cooked (don’t over do it!), red cabbage is a fantastic way to add texture, flavor and a ton of color to your healthy dish tonight!

Warm Red Cabbage, Pancetta and Feta Salad

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Simple Braised Red Cabbage

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Free-Radical Bootie-Kickin’ Slaw

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A Visual Guide to Antioxidants

The 10 Rules of Aging Well

The Best Low-Carb Fruits (and the Worst)

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  1. I once tried red (purple?) cabbage cooked into omelette. Tasted good but did not look appetizing…. haha… The color turns a deep purple like that of a fresh bruise… doesn’t look very tantalizing does it? :-D

    bob wrote on December 22nd, 2007
  2. Try it braised with lots of butter (do not skimp – the butter is the secret ingredient), some crushed juniper berries, gin, and ample salt. Yummmmmmmmm …

    Migraineur wrote on December 30th, 2007
  3. Oh, and garlic – I forgot to mention the garlic.

    Migraineur wrote on December 30th, 2007

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