Cabbage is a nutrient-rich, and purple cabbage since its leaves are a dark purple-reddish color so it called purple cabbage and it is a little smaller and denser than green cabbage, and has more peppery taste.
Purple Cabbage Efficacy And Benefits
Purple Cabbage is the powerhouse of dietary fibers, good quality carbohydrates, potassium, plenty of vitamins and other essential minerals. The dark pigment of the cabbage indicates a higher level of antioxidants, which are known to reduce oxidative stress. A higher level of anthocyanins, an antioxidant, specifically found in purple cabbage, lowers the risk of cancer and heart diseases. It contains vitamin K, potassium and other minerals that help in improving the functioning of bones and muscles. Vitamin C, vitamin A and antioxidants present in cabbage improve and strengthen your immune system.
How To Eat
Wash after opening, ready to eat or cooked
How To Store
Store in the refrigerator for 5 days
Purple Cabbage Suggested Ways To Eat It
Chop up the purple cabbage and add cucumber, cherry tomato, butter lettuce or crystal green romaine lettuce together with some lemon juice to be a salads or it can also be stir-fried with pork or broccoli.