Have you heard the saying, “Two heads are better than one?” When it comes to cabbage it’s absolutely true. Other than being a good source of Vitamin K, C, & A, dehydrated cabbage is low in calories. Cabbage also contains glucosinolates, which many medical studies sug-gest are a key to good health. It also contains polyphenols, which are a natural, anti-inflammatory substance. Wow! What’s there not to like about dehydrated cabbage?
Share your Dehydrated Cabbage with your Four-legged Friends
Yes, your pooches will give you smooches when you let them eat dehydrated cabbage, but that’s not the only four-legged friend that will like it. Many horse lovers make dried cab-bage an absolutely essential part of their daily diet. Just mix a handful of dehydrated cab-bage in your horses feed each day. If you really want to get on their good side, you can mix some dried cabbage, carrots, and freeze dried apples together with some oat flour and mo-lasses and make your own cookie dough. Bake them at 350 degrees until lightly brown. They will love these special cookies!
If you love the delicious flavor of our dehydrated cabbage, try some of our other varieties of high quality dehydrated food. Imagine the convenience of having dehydrated bell pepper, dehydrated celery, dehydrated onion, dehydrated tomatoes and other cooking staples stocked in your kitchen. Make a wholesome meal quickly, without all the chopping. And these dried vegetables store safely for long periods of time so you waste less than you would if you filled your fridge with fresh produce from the store.