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Recipe for Savoy cabbage: Savoy cabbage-Shiitake salad

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Savoy cabbage Shiitake mushroom salad, Stanka Vukelic, recipe for Savoy cabbage

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A recipe for Savoy cabbage with Shiitake mushrooms

Savoy cabbage, recipe for Savoy cabbageIn the northern hemisphere, autumn and winter time is cabbage time. We know of many cabbages, but most tender, mild, and sweet is the Savoy cabbage. Thus, we can use it in raw salads without restrained.

Raw, it contains numerous medicinal and nutritional ingredients (see below). To make the salad complete, we are adding raw Shiitake mushrooms, which are also well known for their medicinal benefits.

OK, we got it – the salad is healthy, but what about the taste? I can just say – extra delicious.


Recipe for Savoy Cabbage with Shiitake mushrooms

Preparation time: 15 min.


Ingredients for 2 people:

10.5-17.5 ounces (300-500 g) of Savoy cabbage

3.5-5.5 ounces (100-150g) of Shiitake mushrooms

onion – as much as you like

extra-virgin olive oil

tamari soy sauce

apple cider vinegar


Methods/steps –

1. Slice the Savoy cabbage with slicer or knife to very fine tiny pieces.

2. Cut the Shiitake and onion into small pieces.

2. Put Savoy cabbage and Shiitake into a bowl. Add all other ingredients and mix well.

3. Serve and enjoy.



Instead of Savoy cabbage, use kale.

Instead of tamari soy sauce, use sea salt.


Bon appetite!


Extra info –

13 facts about raw Savoy Cabbage

1. is a member of the food family traditionally known as cruciferous vegetables and is related to kale, broccoli, collards and Brussels sprouts

2. very good source of fiber, manganese, and folate

3. excellent source of vitamin K, provides about 63% of RDA levels per 100 g – sufficient vitamin K in the diet gives you healthy bones

4. excellent source of vitamin C, provides about 61% of RDA per 100 g

5. good source of vitamin A

6. also rich in essential vitamins such as pantothenic acid (vitamin B-5), pyridoxine (vitamin B-6) and thiamin (vitamin B-1)

7. source of omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic acid

8. adequate amount of minerals like potassium, manganese, iron, and magnesium

9. antioxidant richness

10. anti-inflammatory benefits

11. many health benefits for the stomach and digestive tract as a whole

12. cholesterol-lowering ability

13. has cancer-preventive benefits


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