bulk green cabbageThe Basics

We grow various types of cabbage, aiming for smaller-headed types in the summer. You might see Arrowhead, the green pointy-tipped kind; Savoy, the crinkly-leaved green type; the more classic green cabbage; red cabbage; and occasionally Napa cabbage with an oblong head and crinkly leaves.

Cooking Tips

For winter time, we grow bigger storage cabbage types, like large green ones that are great for cooking or sauerkraut, and big savoyed ones with striations of pink. These you can cut half for cooking, and turn the other half into home-made sauerkraut. You can also chop off as much as you need and put the rest in a plastic bag in the fridge, and it will keep for quite a while, for periodic use.