Wombok in Australia, Napa cabbage in the US, Chinese cabbage the world over! A member of the brassica family popular in Asian style cuisines, the leaves are lighter, more delicate and less waxy than the average cabbage. Wombok has a crisp, mild and slightly sweet flavour and is good eaten both raw and cooked.
I love this cabbage; it stores well and is versatile, and I find it a little easier for people to digest than some other cabbages. Mint is a culinary herb with medicinal properties. Mint is stimulating, aids digestion and has anti-inflammatory nutrient properties.
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High fibre foods are an important part of a healthy digestive system. Whole grains, fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds are high in fibre.
Vitamin C rich foods help support a healthy immune system. Vitamin C is necessary for cellular tissue growth, development and repair.
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Wombok Cabbage and Mint Salad
FINELY slice cabbage. You can use a food processor if you are doing a large batch
DESTEM MINT by pulling the leaves off the stem and tear leaves into smaller pieces or leave whole.
MIX cabbage and mint.
STORE in a covered glass container in the fridge.
** YOU CAN use this salad base and top with Mushroom Peanut Larb.
Asian style dressing
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Low FODMAP and IBS limit to 1 cup per serving to start with and see how your body feels.