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Types of Cabbage

Bok Choy
Bok Choy

Bok choy can also be steamed or boiled, but the stir fry method of cooking seems to release the best flavors. Kimchee is the Korean name for pickled bok choy. When shredded, it makes great coleslaw.

Cannonball Cabbage
Cannonball Cabbage

1. Cannonball Cabbage. This is a small, green cabbage variety that is sometimes described as a mammoth Brussels sprout, and them most common variety found at grocery stores and markets.

Choy Sum
Choy Sum

Choy sum is a name commonly used to refer other types of Asian greens such as edible rape, yow choy sum, choy sum, yu choy, Chinese flowering cabbage, flowering white cabbage, or green choy sum, which are all names that may be associated with this vegetable. The name choy sum translates into "flowering green" which it is.

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Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage

Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage is favored for its early harvest and sweet flavor. It matures in 60 to 70 days. Discover more about this heirloom here. It matures in 60 to 70 days. Discover more about this heirloom here.

January King Cabbage
January King Cabbage

Developed in northern Europe, January King is a very winter-hardy cultivar. The green, slightly flattened heads have eye-catching red and burgundy markings on the wrapper leaves and the heads weigh 3-5 pounds. It is renowned in England as the finest tasting cabbage at the market. January King is a gorgeous edible winter landscape plant for the garden.

Napa Cabbage
Napa Cabbage

Napa cabbage. Napa or nappa cabbage (Brassica rapa subsp. pekinensis or Brassica rapa Pekinensis Group) is a type of Chinese cabbage originating near the Beijing region of China, and is widely used in East Asian cuisine. Since the 20th Century it is also a widespread crop in Europe, America and Australia.

Portugal Cabbage
Portugal Cabbage

This is the cabbage version of the classic Portuguese sausage and potato soup. Slices of Portuguese chourico sausage are simmered together with garlic, onions, cabbage, and smoked paprika in a thick and creamy soup.

Red Drumhead Cabbage
Red Drumhead Cabbage

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