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A type of cabbage introduced from Holland in the late 16th century. They became popular because they were 'not so rank' as the native varieties grown at the time these still resembled the wild cabbages found on sea coasts. It has a round head and crinkly leaves, and can be used in all cooked receipes calling for green cabbage.
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