|Source: Courtesy Maribeth Evezich, MSN ('06), RD, CDN, via her blog wholefoodsexplorer.com|
|Prep time: 20 minutes|
Savoy cabbage is particularly good for slaw salads, since it is more tender and less bitter than the green or red cabbage most of us typically select. As such, there’s no need to salt it before serving it uncooked. Dice, grate, slice … it really doesn’t matter much. Keeping the cabbage thin will help with even dressing coverage.