Need convincing about cabbage? Turn over a whole new leaf with our recipes from across the world. Think pork with slaw, ricotta and black cabbage gnocchi, creamy colcannon.
Who knew that popping cabbage in a frying pan and half burning it could be so delicious!
A family roast lunch - nothing beats that as Shane Delia cooks this wholesome duck recipe with his young daughter Jayda. #RecipeForLife
You can grind your own spices for this generous, all-in-one rice dish, or use a good ready-made curry paste for an easy option.
A vibrant Indonesian salad that's full of protein (thanks, eggs and tofu) and that dense peanut sauce is what will tip this dish over the delicious edge.
A bowl of Lebanese mujaddara is the ultimate comfort food and it's amazing to think that so much flavour can come out of lentils and rice.
The trick to a really punchy slaw is to toss the cabbage in the vinegar, dill and seasoning at least an hour before to really let it marinate.
A variation on traditional sauerkraut, this vibrant ferment is perfect paired with rich foods, helping to cut through the fat and balancing strong flavours.
I like to add pickled red cabbage to the rolls. I think pork, apple and cabbage are a trio made in heaven.
Mix it up for your next taco night with lean and tasty kangaroo strips.
What does this hearty broth mean to those who eat it regularly? We go spooning for delicious answers...
"Sauerkraut in German is 'sour cabbage' and I love it for the taste and it's a great source of vitamins and probiotics." Matthew Evans, ...
In Thai, this soup translates literally as ‘broth with pork fat’, but if you’d rather not use so much saturated fat, you can just use vegetable oil instead.
Sauerkraut is an obvious best place to start with fermenting; it's hard to ruin this, I promise.