What can I say about the name? It’s similar to sauerkraut, though fresh. When you subscribe to a farm share, you never really know what you’ll have to work with each week. In order to make use of the beautiful baby cabbage, I came up with this one.

Time: 20 Minutes

Serves: 4


1 head cabbage – sliced or coarsely shredded
1 large white onion – halved and sliced
1 tablespoon apple vinegar (cider vinegar will work as well)
1/4 teaspoon Kosher salt
1/8 teaspoon freshly ground pepper



Place a large non-stick or seasoned cast iron frying pan on medium heat.

Add the cabbage and onion.

Cook for three minutes, stirring occasionally.

Add the remaining ingredients, reduce the heat to medium-low and cover.

Cook for five more minutes, mix and serve.

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One Reply to “Fresh Kraut”

  1. A healthier way to serve cooked cabbage as the nutrients are preserved with a quick saute, rather than the conventional method of cooking for long period of time.

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