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  • Store in the salad compartment of the fridge for 1 – 2 weeks.
  • Keeps best in a plastic or otherwise semi-sealed bag.

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  • You can either remove individual leaves and use them or just chop through the whole cabbage.
  • It’s a useful filler in Asian cuisine, such as spring rolls or stir fries.
  • Its mild flavour means it works well in stews and soups, too.
  • For a quick dish, chop a Chinese Cabbage and wash it. Dry well.
  • Stir fry with a little sesame oil. Top with crushed sesame seeds and soy sauce.
  • Serve with noodles for a quick lunch dish.

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