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Blanching Cabbage?

by Phyllis Williams
(Norway, Mi)

I was told to plunge the cabbage in hot water, then let dry.

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Jan 21, 2018
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Blanching Cabbage
by: Joseph

Hello Phyllis,
I suppose you could blanch the cabbage. It depends on what you're trying to accomplish.

Blanching the cabbage would make it a bit more tender. You would still have the problem of the excess water though...

That's why we salt the cabbage. Salting your cabbage before adding the dressing gives it just the right amount of crunch; not too soft and not too hard. It also removes excess water and adds flavor.

Hope this helps.

Joe

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