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Cabbage, a short history

  1. Just cabbage! White, red, savoy sprouts. Nothing as common as a cabbage. And yet, the beauty of a savoy in the garden on a cool autumn day. And yet, its unsurpassed ancient healing powers. And yet, the versatile and inexpensive utility value. All this makes that ordinary cabbage something special.

Dodoens over cabbage

  1. At meals, Dodoens noted, the coals gave "coarse ende swaer blood. It is not known which coals were meant here, but white cabbage was lighter than red cabbage, because the white cabbage was "better and the bequaemer feet are sonderlinghe as sy twoemel gods are".

  2. At meals, Dodoens noted, the coals gave off "coarse ende swaer blood. It is not known which coals were referred to here, but white cabbage was lighter than red cabbage, because the white cabbage was "better and the bequaemer feet are sonderlinghe as sy twoemel gods are".



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