Green cabbage is a type of food that is rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber, but low in calories, making it very suitable for weight loss and effective dieting. It has a mild sweet taste, and is crisp, refreshing, and delicious.
1. Imported Green Cabbage
Green cabbage originated from Europe and has been around for over 3,000 years.
Ant Farm's green cabbage is an imported type of high-quality, green leafy vegetable with thin, round layers of leaves, firm to the touch, and light green in color. They have a mildly sweet, refreshing taste, are rich in nutrients, and have many health benefits.
Ant Farm is proud to be a partner of Harvest Moon, a top supplier of high-quality imported vegetables in Australia that ensures:
- 100% direct import from Australia
- Organic cultivation
- Grown, harvested, packaged, and transported to international standards
- Clean, fresh, and safe for health
- Rich in nutritional value and can be used to prepare many delicious dishes
- Ant Farm's imported green cabbage has been available at many large supermarket chains. Check out the details of the supermarket display of Ant Farm's imported green cabbage.
2. Health benefits of imported green cabbage
Green cabbage is low in calories but rich in vitamins and minerals, providing many health benefits, such as:
- Boosting immunity
- Anti-inflammatory effects
- Assisting in weight loss
- Supporting the prevention of cardiovascular diseases
- Stabilizing blood pressure
- Promoting good digestive function
- Reducing bad cholesterol in the blood
- Preventing blood clots Preventing cancer
- Improving and healing wounds
- Improving skin health
- Beneficial for the eyes and brain
3. How to use imported green cabbage
Like many other types of cabbage, green cabbage can be prepared into many delicious dishes using different methods, such as boiling, making soup, and stir-frying.
4. How to store imported green cabbage
Wrap green cabbage in newspaper or put it in a plastic bag, then store it in the fridge.
If you don't use all the green cabbage at once, store it by sprinkling a little bit of water over it, then put it in a plastic bag and keep it in the fridge. In addition, it can also be stored in a cool, dry place.