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Hi All,

I love my Cabbage. Thee tiny or one large head in my
6L pressure cooker. Salt. Drizzle with organic Olive
Oil. 6 Minutes at the high ring. Feast!

Problem. If I don't come up with some variations,
I am going to get really tired of the stuff soon.

I tried the purple stuff, but it is messy and tasteless.

You guys have any favorite cabbage seasonings?

Many thanks,
-T

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Todd wrote:
: Hi All,

: I love my Cabbage. Thee tiny or one large head in my
: 6L pressure cooker. Salt. Drizzle with organic Olive
: Oil. 6 Minutes at the high ring. Feast!

: Problem. If I don't come up with some variations,
: I am going to get really tired of the stuff soon.

: I tried the purple stuff, but it is messy and tasteless.

: You guys have any favorite cabbage seasonings?

: Many thanks,
: -T

I make a fake asian cabbage recipe in the microwave that you might try.
Shred cabbage ad thinly slice some onions put in a microwave dish with a
good cover(or use plastic wrap). add some soy sauce, ginger, either fresh
grated or if lazy, or have to use it up some powdered. Gaarlic or garlic
poder and some black pepper , freshly grated and a dollop of Asian sesame
oil and microwave until kind of crisp tender, not all soggy. It is just
not precise as I invented it in a glug and dump fashion.

Wendy
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On 01/28/2013 05:05 PM, W. Baker wrote:
Todd wrote:
: Hi All,

: I love my Cabbage. Thee tiny or one large head in my
: 6L pressure cooker. Salt. Drizzle with organic Olive
: Oil. 6 Minutes at the high ring. Feast!

: Problem. If I don't come up with some variations,
: I am going to get really tired of the stuff soon.

: I tried the purple stuff, but it is messy and tasteless.

: You guys have any favorite cabbage seasonings?

: Many thanks,
: -T

I make a fake asian cabbage recipe in the microwave that you might try.
Shred cabbage ad thinly slice some onions put in a microwave dish with a
good cover(or use plastic wrap). add some soy sauce, ginger, either fresh
grated or if lazy, or have to use it up some powdered. Gaarlic or garlic
poder and some black pepper , freshly grated and a dollop of Asian sesame
oil and microwave until kind of crisp tender, not all soggy. It is just
not precise as I invented it in a glug and dump fashion.

Wendy


Cool. Thank you!
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On 01/28/2013 05:05 PM, W. Baker wrote:
add some soy sauce


Do you have a source of Soy Sauce that is not full of
Sugar/Carbs/excytotoxins (MSG, Yeast Extract)?


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Hi All, I love my Cabbage. ou guys have any favorite cabbage seasonings? Many thanks,
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Hey Todd. Bacon and onion were made for cabbage. Never bothered to break out the pressure cooker for it. Big skillet or pot with a lid works well. My favorite is a variant of this with a splash of Braggs Raw Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar to give a little character.

Southern Fried Cabbage Recipe - Allrecipes.com

Red (purplecabbage does well when given the Germanic treatment. Very tasty.

Grandma Jeanette's Amazing German Red Cabbage Recipe - Allrecipes.com


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Todd wrote:
: On 01/28/2013 05:05 PM, W. Baker wrote:
: add some soy sauce

: Do you have a source of Soy Sauce that is not full of
: Sugar/Carbs/excytotoxins (MSG, Yeast Extract)?
I just use soy sauce and have no issues. When I had to watch slt(which I
don't have to now) I would use lower sodium soy sauce and I didn't eat dil
pickles.

Wendy

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On 01/29/2013 08:22 AM, bigwheel wrote:
Todd;1808202 Wrote:
Hi All, I love my Cabbage. ou guys have any favorite cabbage
seasonings? Many thanks,
-T


Hey Todd. Bacon and onion were made for cabbage. Never bothered to break
out the pressure cooker for it. Big skillet or pot with a lid works
well. My favorite is a variant of this with a splash of Braggs Raw
Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar to give a little character.

'Southern Fried Cabbage Recipe - Allrecipes.com'
(http://allrecipes.com/recipe/southern-fried-cabbage/)

Red (purplecabbage does well when given the Germanic treatment. Very
tasty.

'Grandma Jeanette's Amazing German Red Cabbage Recipe - Allrecipes.com'
(http://tinyurl.com/bzwowe8)


Awesome! Thank you!

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On Tuesday, 29 January 2013 01:57:41 UTC+1, Todd wrote:
Hi All,



I love my Cabbage. Thee tiny or one large head in my

6L pressure cooker. Salt. Drizzle with organic Olive

Oil. 6 Minutes at the high ring. Feast!



Problem. If I don't come up with some variations,

I am going to get really tired of the stuff soon.



I tried the purple stuff, but it is messy and tasteless.



You guys have any favorite cabbage seasonings?



Many thanks,

-T


Pressure cook the cabbage with beer, instad of water.

Or.. make a meal out of it - throw some pork chops on top.

http://www.hippressurecooking.com/20...ork-chops.html

Ciao,

L
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[quote=Todd; Awesome! Thank you![/QUOTE]

You mighty welcome Sir..holler any old time.
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On 01/29/2013 08:22 AM, bigwheel wrote:
Todd;1808202 Wrote:
Hi All, I love my Cabbage. ou guys have any favorite cabbage
seasonings? Many thanks,
-T


Hey Todd. Bacon and onion were made for cabbage. Never bothered to break
out the pressure cooker for it. Big skillet or pot with a lid works
well. My favorite is a variant of this with a splash of Braggs Raw
Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar to give a little character.

'Southern Fried Cabbage Recipe - Allrecipes.com'
(http://allrecipes.com/recipe/southern-fried-cabbage/)

Red (purplecabbage does well when given the Germanic treatment. Very
tasty.

'Grandma Jeanette's Amazing German Red Cabbage Recipe - Allrecipes.com'
(http://tinyurl.com/bzwowe8)


Awesome! Thank you!



I love cabbage bacon and onions.


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On 01/30/2013 09:05 PM, Jacquie wrote:
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On 01/29/2013 08:22 AM, bigwheel wrote:
Todd;1808202 Wrote:
Hi All, I love my Cabbage. ou guys have any favorite cabbage
seasonings? Many thanks,
-T

Hey Todd. Bacon and onion were made for cabbage. Never bothered to break
out the pressure cooker for it. Big skillet or pot with a lid works
well. My favorite is a variant of this with a splash of Braggs Raw
Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar to give a little character.

'Southern Fried Cabbage Recipe - Allrecipes.com'
(http://allrecipes.com/recipe/southern-fried-cabbage/)

Red (purplecabbage does well when given the Germanic treatment. Very
tasty.

'Grandma Jeanette's Amazing German Red Cabbage Recipe - Allrecipes.com'
(http://tinyurl.com/bzwowe8)


Awesome! Thank you!



I love cabbage bacon and onions.


Hi Jacquie,

Thank you!

Now that I am enjoying my food again, I have a hard time not
yelling "I WANT IT ALL!"

This cabbage, bacon, and onions sounds so good. Just wrote
cabbage on my shopping list -- Raley's has some nice organic ones.

Question: I have the option at Trader Joe's of three different
kinds of Bacon (well more, but these would be ones I'd buy):

Precooked (uncured)
Raw Pieces (uncured)
Raw (uncured)

The precooked is easier to handle, as no onerous hand washing.
I am thinking of just dumping the bacon down the pressure
cooker. Maybe browning it a bit before dumping the cabbage
after it. Have to brown the onions anyway.

What would you do?

-T
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On 01/30/2013 01:31 AM, wrote:
On Tuesday, 29 January 2013 01:57:41 UTC+1, Todd wrote:
Hi All,



I love my Cabbage. Thee tiny or one large head in my

6L pressure cooker. Salt. Drizzle with organic Olive

Oil. 6 Minutes at the high ring. Feast!



Problem. If I don't come up with some variations,

I am going to get really tired of the stuff soon.



I tried the purple stuff, but it is messy and tasteless.



You guys have any favorite cabbage seasonings?



Many thanks,

-T


Pressure cook the cabbage with beer, instad of water.

Or.. make a meal out of it - throw some pork chops on top.

http://www.hippressurecooking.com/20...ork-chops.html

Ciao,

L



Hi L,

I am really interested in the recipe on the link. I won't be making
a gravy -- probably just use the juice. Put chops on the shopping list.

Every time I have tried to cook pork chops, they have come out
so, so dry I could not stand them. Hopefully, this method
will fix that problem. (I have to get my fat up too, so
I stop dieting by accident.)

What do you look for when you buy a chop? Any obvious signs of fat?

Also, in the recipe, he said to only brown one side? Any idea
what that is about?

Many thanks,
-T




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