These big balls of crunchy cruciferous leaves are known for their green and purple varieties, but come in many shapes in sizes. They're often used as an accompanying ingredient to hearty dishes, but can also be used in more fresh dishes like slaws and salads.

Cabbages have a fantastic set of vitamins especially K and C, both tied with positive health metrics. Being a cruciferous vegetable, cabbage also benefits from a lot of the healthful pythonutrients.

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Water92.18 g
Energy25 kcal
1 %
Protein1.28 g
Fats0.1 g
Carbs5.8 g
Fiber2.5 g
Sugars3.2 g
Calcium40 mg
3 %
Iron0.47 mg
3 %
Magnesium12 mg
3 %
Phosphorus26 mg
2 %
Potassium170 mg
4 %
Sodium18 mg
1 %
Zinc0.18 mg
2 %
Copper0.019 mg
2 %
Manganese0.16 mg
10 %
Selenium0.3 µg
1 %
Vit C36.6 mg
56 %
Thiamin0.061 mg
6 %
Riboflavin0.04 mg
4 %
Niacin0.234 mg
2 %
Vit B60.124 mg
10 %
Folate43 µg
11 %
Vit B120 µg
Vit A5 µg
1 %
Vit E0.15 mg
1 %
Vit D0 µg
Vit K76 µg
101 %
Sat Fat0.034 g
Mono Fat0.017 g
Poly Fat0.017 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg