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Old 01-12-2013, 02:52 PM   #6
KitKat169
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Red cabbage is also good. I have a great recipe that I use frequently especially now in winter when I need hot comforting meals. 1 head of red cabbage cut into small pieces, about 1-2 inches. 1-2 tsps of olive oil or coconut oil, 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar, 3-4 tbps water, 2-3 pkgs of stevia (depending on how much sweetness you prefer), salt, pepper and 1/4 tsp cloves. It all goes into a pot on the stove at low heat for a couple hours, stirring every 30-40 minutes. Add a little more water if it seems like it is too dry half way through. It isn't meant to be saucy but you don't want it to dry up and burn at the bottom.

I like it the first day I make it but it gets even better after sitting and reheating. So I make it on the weekend and have quick heat up meals for early in the work week.
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