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>> No. 10496 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 4:34 pm
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Is raw red cabbage a suitable alternative to raw white cabbage?
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>> No. 10498 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 5:12 pm
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Yes, absolutely. Red tastes a little stronger than white, but not much.

I know you said raw, but if you do cook it, red takes a few minutes longer to cook, and you need to add something acidic to it (lemon juice) or it'll go a weird shade of blue.
>> No. 10500 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 5:14 pm
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Red cabbage always reminds me of Christmas. Because I only ever have it at Christmas.
>> No. 10501 Anonymous
13th February 2014
Thursday 6:30 pm
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I knew a lad whose mum only ever let him have beetroot and pickled onions at christmas.I think she hated him.
>> No. 10506 Anonymous
14th February 2014
Friday 10:41 pm
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>>10501
There are two rather different ways of reading this.
>> No. 10509 Anonymous
15th February 2014
Saturday 5:37 pm
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I enjoy pickled red cabbage.

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