Cabbage was grown by residents in Ancient Greek and Roman civilizations who held it in high regard as it was linked to general health; current medical studies confirm this knowledge, and the healing power of cruciferous vegetables is now widely known. Fermentation makes this super green even more healthful. Sauerkraut, made from fermented cabbage, was consumed by Dutch sailors during extended exploration voyages to prevent scurvy and was introduced to the United States by early German settlers. All cruciferous vegetables provide integrated nourishment across a wide variety of nutritional categories and provide broad support across a wide variety of body systems as well.
Find cabbage (as sauerkraut) in:
Fermented Noni Ranch Salad Dressing