Mary from Paris, Ohio
Editors Note: Here is a link to some information on ThirftyFun about freezing cabbage: Freezing Cabbage
Discard coarse outer leaves. Cut into wedges or shred coarsely. Blanch wedges 3 minutes and shredded cabbage 1 1/2 minutes. Cool promptly and drain.
Here's a website that gives a list of vegetables that can be frozen, and cabbage is one of them. Print off a copy of the website and file it with your recipes.
Yes, you can freeze it. Wrap it in several plastic bags and tie tightly. Cabbage makes it's own heat so it will take several days to freeze. It also takes several days to defrost. This is a great way to make stuffed cabbages because once it thaws the leaves come right off with the slightest pull. (11/07/2007)
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