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How To Cook Cabbage
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When I announced to some friends that I was going to build a website on how to cook cabbage it was some time before the laughter died down. The general sentiment was, you cook it, you eat it. What else is there? Find out below.
Broccoli Broccoli, which is closely related to cauliflower, is another of those vegetables much abused in many kitchens. Much more delicate than it looks, it responds well to quick but careful cooking. Cabbage Cabbage recipes are in fairly short supply in most recipe books, which is a shame because it's a very versatile vegetable and delicious when properly cooked. Help yourself to any of the tried and trusted recipies here, where cabbage is the main ingredient. Cauliflower If the only cauliflower recipe in your kitchen is for cauliflower with cheese sauce, you really need this page. This is a great vegetable and deserves careful treatment. Above all, never, ever overcook it. Spinach Spinach is one of those green vegetables we learn to love as we get older. Persuading kids to eat it takes Popeye, Bluto and Olive Oyl. Or maybe one of the recipes on this page.
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