The flattened heads of Taiwan cabbage are fairly easy to spot. Taiwanese Flat cabbage grows large colourful outer leaves to help retain moisture in its inner leaves.
These should be removed prior to using. The Taiwanese cabbage can be steamed or boiled and served alongside fish or other vegetables.
Slice or chop the cabbage to add to stir-fries or soups.
In Korea, Taiwanese Flat cabbage is often made into the country’s national dish: kimchi, which is fermented cabbage with various spices.
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