We grow a few different types of organic cabbage, which you can see in the picture to the right. Clockwise from the very top:

Napa Cabbage: a Chinese style cabbage that is light, crisp and mild flavored.
Red Cabbage: we grow this primarily in the fall and store it through the early winter months.
Green Storage Cabbage: another fall and winter staple: the most “cabbage-y” of our cabbages.
Green Savoy Cabbage: a uniquely textured mid summer cabbage that is very delicious and fresh tasting.
Sweetheart Cabbage: a super tender and sweet fresh cabbage that we fell in love with a few years back.


All cabbages store best in the crisper drawer of your fridge. The nice thing about cabbage is even when the outer leaves get funky, you can just peel off until you get to the nicer center. You can also cut off chunks of a cabbage as you need it (if you are unable to eat it all at once). Most cabbages will store for a couple of months, but you’ll want to use the spring and summer cabbages like Sweetheart and Green Savoy faster.


Asian Slaw
Beet, Carrot, & Cabbage Slaw
Bubble and Squeak
Braised Red Cabbage with Caraway
Braised Stuffed Cabbage
Cabbage and Noodles
Cabbage Beet-Green Slaw
Cabbage and Carrot Salad
Cabbage Zucchini Slaw
Carolina Coleslaw
Colcannon Creamy Soup
Creamy Bacon Garlic Cabbage
Ethiopian Veggie Skillet
Fiesta Slaw
Fish Tacos with Red Cabbage & Cilantro
Fresh Asian Greens Salad
Fresh Cabbage and Carrot Salad
Fried Rice with Napa Cabbage & Greens
Hungarian Layered Savoy Cabbage
I Don’t Need No Mayo for This Kickass Creamy Cabbage Broccoli Carrot Salad
Indian-Style Cabbage, Radish and Peppers
Kale, Broccoli & Cabbage Pad Thai Salad
Kale and Cabbage Salad with Roasted Peanut Vinaigrette
Larb with Cabbage Cups
Mediterranean Grilled Broccoli, Napa Cabbage & Zucchini
Mexican Coleslaw
Napa Cabbage Salad
Napa Cabbage Salad with Mint
Quinoa with Savoy Cabbage, Yellow Beans and Sweet Peppers
Red Potato Colcannon
Savoy Cabbage, Green Bean and Snow Pea Stir-Fry
Savoy Cabbage Dolmas
Southeast Asian Slaw
Southwestern Chipotle Slaw
Spicy No Mayo Coleslaw
Spicy Southwest Red Cabbage Salad
Sweet & Sour Braised Cabbage
Tempura Vegetables
Thai Peanut Rainbow Salad
Toasted Sesame Napa Salad


Cooking & Eating Tips

Sweetheart is the perfect cabbage for eating fresh in coleslaw or on tacos in place of lettuce. Napa Cabbage is great in asian style coleslaws or stir fries. Green Savoy makes for a wonderful full-bodied coleslaw. Green Cabbage is great for cooking and in casseroles such as Colcannon (see recipe). Reach for the red cabbage when you are making fish tacos.