Green Cabbage: the most common variety; is pale green in colour with tightly compacted leaves.
Bok Choy: A Chinese cabbage with dark green leaves and white stems. Has the highest beta carotene and vitamin A content. (see right)Bok choy stems are white and watery-crisp, while the leaves are deep green and very tender. The flavor of bok choy reminds us of baby spinach or swiss chard, and we love it in stir-fries, brothy soups, and steamed mixed vegetable dishes.
Savoy Cabbage: is round and green-yellow in colour, with crinkled leaves and is less compact than the green cabbage. Their flavor is mild and earthy, and the leaves are tender even when raw. Good sliced thinly in soups and stir-fries. When you buy it should be crisp – not wilted!
Napa Cabbage: also called Chinese or celery cabbage. Napa cabbage doesn’t look like head cabbages. It has long light green leaves that flower off of thick, white stalks. It has a lovely mild flavor with a peppery kick that is delicious in salads or stir-frys.
Check out this cabbage beauty treatment:
Cabbage Face Mask – Cabbage helps dry up oily and acne skin. Internally sulfur is essential for keratin, a protein substance necessary for healthy hair, nails, and skin.