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Did you know that cabbage is so low in calories that it fits perfectly into slimming menus? As a bonus, it is economical and nutritious! Did you know that cabbage contains glucosinolate, a substance that appears to have powerful anti-cancer effects? Numerous experiments carried out in humans and animals confirm the beneficial action of regular consumption of cabbage in the prevention of colon, stomach, lung and esophageal cancer.


To choose your cabbage well, weigh it. Heaviness and density are signs of freshness. Make sure the leaves are colorful and crisp.


Store for up to a week in the fridge in the crisper drawer. For longer storage, blanch it, then put it in the freezer.


Rid your cabbage of its withered or damaged leaves as well as the stem. Cut it into quarters, wash it and cut the leaves into strips. To reduce its sulfur smell, do not cook it for too long. Prepare it as an accompaniment to spicy, frank, tangy and iodized flavors such as apple, mustard, vinegar, etc.

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For 125 ml (½ cup) raw:
  • Energy: 10 kcal, Carbohydrates: 2g, Fibre: 1g
  • Vitamin K: 30% of the AQR (excellent source of vitamin K)
  • Vitamin C: 20% of the AQR (source of vitamin C)
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