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James Brown (not that one) is the soil singer who grows our veg on Pollybell Farm in Doncaster. They get a helping hand from mother nature - and one of the reasons their veg tastes so great is because the land is lovely and fertile thanks to the peat soil there, due to the dense ancient woodland that covered much of the area.
Almost all of the cabbage can be used, although the outer leaves can be peeled off if they are thick and tough. Slice the cabbage and remove the thick stem from the centre. Rinse the cabbage once sliced. For salads you should chop or tear the cabbage and use raw. To cook, just boil or steam the separated leaves for 8-10 minutes. Cabbage leaves can also be used as a "packaging" material for other ingredients. Cabbage should be used quickly before it toughens. Store it, wrapped, in the bottom of your fridge.