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Valley Bounty: Cabbage

Head of cabbage with drops of water on it, close-up

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CABBAGE

With mid-winter upon us and farm fields covered in snow, fresh, local cabbage is still plentiful and delicious. Try this most basic of recipes: Slice a head of cabbage into wedges, 1- to 2-inches thick, removing the core. Melt butter in a pan with minced garlic and salt then add the cabbage. Cook a few minutes at medium-high heat until the wedges start to brown on one side, then flip them over, cover and steam at a low temperature until tender.

Valley Bounty is written by Kristen Wilmer of Community Involved in Sustaining Agriculture (CISA). Visit CISA’s website, www.buylocalfood.org, for more recipes and cooking tips.

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