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2013-08-22 12:57:51 AM
Don't knock cabbage.  If you're going on a low carb diet, it's a great base for any number of dishes.  Slice it up and fry or grill it and you have a great high fiber replacement for pasta.
 
2013-08-22 01:13:39 AM
I think people's distrust of cabbage is due to its most evil and unholy cousin: Brussel sprouts.
 
2013-08-22 01:20:42 AM
Today on Iron Flatulence....
 
2013-08-22 01:36:03 AM
Great googly moogly.
 
2013-08-22 02:09:39 AM

Lsherm: Don't knock cabbage.  If you're going on a low carb diet, it's a great base for any number of dishes.  Slice it up and fry or grill it and you have a great high fiber replacement for pasta.


I love cabbage.  Boiled with corned beef, made into kimchee, sautéed with bacon, done up Jamaican style, coleslaw, etc, it's pretty dang versatile.
 
2013-08-22 02:39:40 AM
I came here for cabbage love.... I leave not disappointed.


/gassy
 
2013-08-22 02:41:07 AM
i.qkme.me
 
2013-08-22 02:50:42 AM

TuteTibiImperes: Boiled with corned beef


Yep.

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2013-08-22 02:53:07 AM

thisisyourbrainonFark: TuteTibiImperes: Boiled with corned beef

Yep.

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I'm normally not a huge fan of the British (or Irish I guess in this case) preparation of 'throw a bunch of stuff in a pot and boil the fark out of it' but it works rather well in the case of corned beef and cabbage.
 
2013-08-22 02:55:12 AM
Cabbage is good stuff. Except for cole slaw. I hate cole slaw for some reason, and I don't know why really. I like the individual ingredients just fine. Just not when combined into cole slaw.
 
2013-08-22 02:58:26 AM
It's disturbing that chef #4 from the left looks exactly like a cougar I used to fark. Would've been a match made in heaven if I had the sex drive.

/She was wild as hell
//Crazy to hotness versus 50 years old was too much then.
 
2013-08-22 02:59:17 AM
Um...

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I love cabbage. :D
 
2013-08-22 02:59:21 AM

Radioactive Ass: Cabbage is good stuff. Except for cole slaw. I hate cole slaw for some reason, and I don't know why really. I like the individual ingredients just fine. Just not when combined into cole slaw.


Cole slaw is for putting on pulled pork sandwiches, and that's it.
 
2013-08-22 03:01:18 AM
Also cabbage with onions is perfect country boy food. It's good food, so if you don't like it, more for me. OM NOM NOM!

Kim chi is also excellent. I doubt you'd get another redneck to disagree if he loved spicy food.
 
2013-08-22 03:01:27 AM
That's not a cabbage, it's a Triffid!
 
2013-08-22 03:05:36 AM

Radioactive Ass: Cabbage is good stuff. Except for cole slaw. I hate cole slaw for some reason, and I don't know why really. I like the individual ingredients just fine. Just not when combined into cole slaw.


A lot of times prepared cole slaws have way too much mayo and sugar, I'm not at all a fan of those, although they're OK when used as a topping for something instead of being eaten straight.

There's a tradition of 'hot slaw' in the south that's pretty dang tasty though.  You basically render some bacon in a skillet until it's crispy, then remove the bacon, toss in a chopped onion and let it just turn translucent (so that it still has some texture) and then throw in the shredded cabbage.  You basically want to just barely wilt the cabbage, then throw it all in a mixing bowl and toss it with vinegar, a bit of mustard, a few dashes of Tabasco or a Louisiana-style hot sauce, a bit of celery seed, and if you like a tablespoon of sugar, and then crumble the bacon on top.

It's more piquant than than sweet and creamy like traditional cole slaw.
 
2013-08-22 03:08:31 AM
phlegmmo: I think people's distrust of cabbage is due to its most evil and unholy cousin: Brussel sprouts.

Roasted with bacon and mushrooms.

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2013-08-22 03:13:18 AM

TuteTibiImperes: A lot of times prepared cole slaws have way too much mayo and sugar, I'm not at all a fan of those, although they're OK when used as a topping for something instead of being eaten straight.


Maybe that's where it started but even home made stuff just doesn't taste quite right to me. The hot slaw doesn't sound too bad though.
 
2013-08-22 03:15:51 AM

lordargent: phlegmmo: I think people's distrust of cabbage is due to its most evil and unholy cousin: Brussel sprouts.

Roasted with bacon and mushrooms.

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My stomach bows down. That and to hot slaw.

/All hail cabbage!
//Burn the heretics, wrapped within aluminum foil and served with salt and basalmic vinegar.
 
2013-08-22 03:18:18 AM

lordargent: phlegmmo: I think people's distrust of cabbage is due to its most evil and unholy cousin: Brussel sprouts.

Roasted with bacon and mushrooms.

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Fungus isn't food. Fungus grows on food after it goes bad.
 
2013-08-22 03:21:32 AM

itharr: Um...

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I love cabbage. :D


We have a winner.
 
2013-08-22 03:36:20 AM
HotWingAgenda: Fungus isn't food. Fungus grows on food after it goes bad.

Mushrooms can be tasty ... especially after they've soaked up some bacon grease.
 
2013-08-22 03:40:08 AM

TuteTibiImperes: Lsherm: Don't knock cabbage.  If you're going on a low carb diet, it's a great base for any number of dishes.  Slice it up and fry or grill it and you have a great high fiber replacement for pasta.

I love cabbage.   Boiled with corned beef, made into kimchee, sautéed with bacon, done up Jamaican style, coleslaw, etc, it's pretty dang versatile.


came here to say THIS

you left out, saurkraut, esp on a rubin
 
2013-08-22 03:41:40 AM

itharr: Um...

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I love cabbage. :D


FARK YOU ALL
I am out of kimchee. Now I have to go shopping. Sheeeeeshhhhhhh
Kimchee bokkeumbap FTW
 
2013-08-22 03:43:39 AM

lordargent: HotWingAgenda: Fungus isn't food. Fungus grows on food after it goes bad.

Mushrooms can be tasty ... especially after they've soaked up some bacon grease.


Mushrooms are goddamn delicious, especially grilled. The only way I'm not fond of them is raw.  I'm trying to use up a bunch of condiments before we move at the end of the year, so last week I had sweet & sour grilled on a skewer. Later tonight I'll be trying Hoisin sauce on grilled portabella caps, just for the hell of it.

Stuffed mushrooms, salisbury steak with creamy mushroom sauce, shrooms sauted in butter and served over regular steak or on a burger, pasta bake with parmesan and shrooms mixed in... mmmmm. And I even stuffed shells once with just cheese and mushrooms because I had too many left and not enough of the other filling. The mushroom ones ended up being more popular than the sausage.

Only heathens ignore the humble mushroom.
 
2013-08-22 03:50:52 AM

namatad: I am out of kimchee. Now I have to go shopping. Sheeeeeshhhhhhh


You do know that you can make your own at a fraction of the cost of the pre-made stuff right? It's ridiculously simple to do and unless you want to ferment it for a day or two it's ready to eat right away.

Of course you will probably still have to go shopping though...
 
2013-08-22 03:52:25 AM

ladyfortuna: Only heathens ignore the humble mushroom.


This. Mushrooms are great flavor sponges and can multiply the flavors in a dish.
 
2013-08-22 03:53:33 AM

Radioactive Ass: ladyfortuna: Only heathens ignore the humble mushroom.

This. Mushrooms are great flavor sponges and can multiply the flavors in a dish.


You're both trippin'.
 
2013-08-22 03:55:18 AM

Radioactive Ass: namatad: I am out of kimchee. Now I have to go shopping. Sheeeeeshhhhhhh

You do know that you can make your own at a fraction of the cost of the pre-made stuff right? It's ridiculously simple to do and unless you want to ferment it for a day or two it's ready to eat right away.

Of course you will probably still have to go shopping though...


A) either way I would have to hit the store
2) I have access to amazing premade kimchee given the massive numbers of korean who live in chicago

plus while I am at the nearest korean market, I can get amazing amounts of other super yummy food

/I go make my own kimchee pajeon. GAHHHHH NOW I AM HUNGRY AGAIN!!!
 
2013-08-22 03:55:44 AM

phrawgh: Radioactive Ass: ladyfortuna: Only heathens ignore the humble mushroom.

This. Mushrooms are great flavor sponges and can multiply the flavors in a dish.

You're both trippin'.


Not those types of mushrooms...
 
2013-08-22 03:55:48 AM
Mmmmmm stuffed cabbages

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BTW never NEVER put ketchup on them. NEVER!

/It's okay if you put it on them. If I made them.
 
2013-08-22 04:02:03 AM

Radioactive Ass: phrawgh: Radioactive Ass: ladyfortuna: Only heathens ignore the humble mushroom.

This. Mushrooms are great flavor sponges and can multiply the flavors in a dish.

You're both trippin'.

Not those types of mushrooms...


Indeed. in addition to your normal 'white' mushrooms from the store, I've tried lobster mushrooms, chanterelles, moreles, horn of plenty, hen of the woods, sulphur shelf, and of course shiatake. They were all delicious, and none tasted quite the same as the other. I'd say chanterelle, sulphur shelf, and horn of plenty are my favorites of the wild ones I've tried.
 
2013-08-22 04:04:58 AM
I am not vegetarian nor a vegan, but that picture with that cabbage is making me hungry.
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2013-08-22 04:14:07 AM

harrydorcas: I am not vegetarian nor a vegan, but that picture with that cabbage is making me hungry.
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Why is Mitt Romney in there?
 
2013-08-22 04:22:22 AM

Radioactive Ass: harrydorcas: I am not vegetarian nor a vegan, but that picture with that cabbage is making me hungry.
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Why is Mitt Romney in there?


And why is one holding her knife like a serial killer while the rest hold them like chefs?
 
2013-08-22 04:35:55 AM

HotWingAgenda: And why is one holding her knife like a serial killer while the rest hold them like chefs?


Well, except for guy #2 in the back. That is no cabbage knife my friend. In fact looking at the picture more closely the only person who isn't at least just a little bit scary is woman in the front #1 on her knees and the unarmed Mitt Romney. I see a Texas Chainsaw Massacre Leatherface clone, that guy from the old Letterman Show who is supposed to be dead (so zombie) and... well I could go on but most of them could be a bad guy from any number of 2nd rate horror movies.

With knives.
 
2013-08-22 04:42:58 AM
I don't like cabbage rolls much but one time my friend's German mother made some German cabbage rolls. They were fricking awesome. Still wonder what the recipe was.
 
2013-08-22 04:51:27 AM

Lsherm: Don't knock cabbage.  If you're going on a low carb diet, it's a great base for any number of dishes.  Slice it up and fry or grill it and you have a great high fiber replacement for pasta.


I think most hate the smell of cooked cabbage
/well at least I do and greens as well
 
2013-08-22 04:58:25 AM
Saurkraut Über alles
 
2013-08-22 05:12:55 AM
Sauerkraut is great. Don't knock the cabbage.

Also, Stamppot. Mmm
 
2013-08-22 05:15:54 AM

Ryker's Peninsula: That's not a cabbage, it's a Triffid!


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2013-08-22 05:19:56 AM

drjekel_mrhyde: I think most hate the smell of cooked cabbage


I never got that. Then again I never get the purple cabbage so maybe that's it. Green cabbage has no overpowering smell that I can discern. It has A smell sure, but it's not a bad one. No worse than say broccoli or artichokes.
 
2013-08-22 05:22:49 AM
best use of cabbage imo is in colcannon... Irish dish of mashed potato mixed up with shredded blanched cabbage and lots of melted butter.

irish champ also a win

let's face it potatoes + melted butter + ? = profit
 
2013-08-22 05:26:10 AM

ladyfortuna: Radioactive Ass: phrawgh: Radioactive Ass: ladyfortuna: Only heathens ignore the humble mushroom.

This. Mushrooms are great flavor sponges and can multiply the flavors in a dish.

You're both trippin'.

Not those types of mushrooms...

Indeed. in addition to your normal 'white' mushrooms from the store, I've tried lobster mushrooms, chanterelles, moreles, horn of plenty, hen of the woods, sulphur shelf, and of course shiatake. They were all delicious, and none tasted quite the same as the other. I'd say chanterelle, sulphur shelf, and horn of plenty are my favorites of the wild ones I've tried.


magicmushrooms.easymushrooms.com
 
2013-08-22 05:36:57 AM
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What, no bigos? Fark I'm disappoint.
 
2013-08-22 06:22:10 AM
Why is this even a farking record? God Dammit Guinness!
 
2013-08-22 06:26:07 AM

lordargent: phlegmmo: I think people's distrust of cabbage is due to its most evil and unholy cousin: Brussel sprouts.

Roasted with bacon and mushrooms.

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Imma gonna try to grow these this fall.  Awesome.
 
2013-08-22 06:28:54 AM

Smirky the Wonder Chimp: Imma gonna try to grow these this fall. Awesome.


You don't need to wait until autumn to grow bacon...
 
2013-08-22 06:52:04 AM
I like cabbage...  must be all the german in me...
 
2013-08-22 06:54:50 AM

TuteTibiImperes: thisisyourbrainonFark: TuteTibiImperes: Boiled with corned beef

Yep.

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I'm normally not a huge fan of the British (or Irish I guess in this case) preparation of 'throw a bunch of stuff in a pot and boil the fark out of it' but it works rather well in the case of corned beef and cabbage.


It's more an Irish-American dish, than Irish. We eat (side of) bacon and cabbage here, with parsley sauce. I think Irish immigrants to America switched to corned beef because it was cheaper in the USA than in Ireland, and considered better. But if corned beef and cabbage tastes anything like bacon and cabbage, yes, it's faking delicious. Especially with brown (soda) bread and butter.
 
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