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  1. photo <b>Cabbage</b>: natural medicine for cancer, diabetes and moreCabbage: natural medicine for cancer, diabetes and moreNews
    Chinese, Savoy and green cabbages contained the strongest anti-inflammatory properties. These results suggest that varying the types of cabbage we consume will maximize our phytochemical intake.AntidiabeticRead more
  2. photo 11 Varieties of <b>Cabbage</b> and How To Use Them11 Varieties of Cabbage and How To Use ThemArticle
    Sometimes labeled as ‘Chinese Cabbage’ choy sum can be found at mot grocery stores and all Asian food markets. This cabbage looks similar to bok choy, but is slightly slimmer and longer, with crispier stemsRead more
  3. photo The Many Wonders of <b>Cabbage</b>The Many Wonders of CabbageArticle
    to fried rice, like in shrimp and egg fried rice, adding both flavor and texture. A simple, Chinese-influenced side of grilled napa cabbage with Chinese mustard glaze is a great addition to any Chinese mainRead more
  4. photo 7 Lucky Recipes for <b>Chinese</b> New Year7 Lucky Recipes for Chinese New YearRecipe
    and wheat noodles fill up the banquet tables of Chinese New Year celebrations. 3. Pork and Cabbage Dumplings Gorge on dumplings to bring wealth throughout the year. Dumplings are served to represent moneyRead more
  5. photo Celebrate <b>Chinese</b> New Year with Traditional RecipesCelebrate Chinese New Year with Traditional RecipesArticle
    finely shredded Chinese cabbage Method Use a large bowl to combine the pork, ginger, garlic, green onion, soy sauce, sesame oil, egg and cabbage. Mix all ingredients together thoroughly. Onto each wantonRead more
  6. photo Bok choy a powerful anti-inflammatory, has many other health benefitsBok choy a powerful anti-inflammatory, has many other health benefitsNews
    Bok choy, a Chinese cabbage, may not seem as popular as the cabbage typically found at markets (red, green, etc.); however, it's a health food superstar that has the potential to protect againstRead more
  7. photo Guide to Growing Asian Greens for FallGuide to Growing Asian Greens for FallArticle
    Asian greens are very versatile and healthy veggies that can be prepared in numerous ways. From bok choi to mustards and Chinese cabbage, asian greens are excellent sources of vitamins A , CRead more
  8. photo Sweet & Sassy Vanilla SlawSweet & Sassy Vanilla SlawArticle
    ingredients, when available, in all recipes to minimize your risk of exposure to pesticides, chemicals and preservatives. Sweet & Sassy Vanilla Slaw Makes 8 servings 1 medium head Napa or Chinese cabbageRead more
  9. photo 8 Healthy Reasons to Grow (or Buy) Bok Choy!8 Healthy Reasons to Grow (or Buy) Bok Choy!Article
    Bok choy isn’t just another one of those leafy greens that gives a summer stir-fry a flavorful kick. The Chinese green also has a diverse nutrition profile. All the more reason to grow it yourselfRead more
  10. photo Negative Calories Foods: The More You Eat, The More Weight You LoseNegative Calories Foods: The More You Eat, The More Weight You LoseArticle
    , Chinese cabbage, leek, lettuce, chicory, spinach, tomato. Fruits that are recommended: apples, blackberries, cranberries, grapefruit, lemon and lime, raspberry. Spices and herbs are recommended: cinnamonRead more

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Chinese cabbage

Chinese cabbage (Brassica rapa, subspecies pekinensis and chinensis) can refer to two distinct varieties of Chinese leaf vegetables often used in Chinese cuisine: Pekinensis (napa cabbage) and Chinensis (bok choy).These vegetables are both variant cultivars or subspecies of the turnip and belong to the same genus as such Western staples as cabbage, broccoli, and cauliflower. Both have many...More