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  1. It sounds utterly delicious and crunchy!!

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    • it is very crunchy!

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  2. What a nice salad. I’ve not seen anything like it recently. I’ll have to give it a try. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

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    • Please tell me if you do try it! Have a wonderful weekend 🙂

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  3. YUMMY! This is a very different salad. Will have to try it sometime. Thanx for sharing. Do you break the noodles smallish before frying them? Them almonds slithered right off your plate hey? Teehee. Love you xx PS I am not a cabbage!! PPS I love cooked cabbage but it has to be only just wilted really in salted water with nutmeg, still green, crunchy and yummilicious with butter and a bit of freshly ground white peppercorns. I’m definitely not a cabbage……but I might be quite old 🙂 xx

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    • hello cabbage, sorry, Colly! Thanks for the recipe ideas – and yes, you need to break up the noodles. Was too upset last night about Maxi that I did not read the recipe through! Love you too xxx

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  4. Looks good…what are two minute noodles? Chinese rice noodles? egg noodles?

    You’re missing out on cabbage! But maybe it depends which cabbage. I often cook spring or early autumn cabbages (loose leaved, not the tight ones) You just need to slice finely and cook it very quickly so that it keeps its crunch and add butter and lots of black pepper. Or slow baked stuffed Savoy cabbage melting into seasoned, herbed sausage meat. Or slow cooked and creamy with a guinea fowl or partridges… (better go and have breakfast!) Lots of French country food uses cabbages. And all those pak choi or bok choi when I can get them are wonderfully fresh vegetables…

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    • thanks for all the lovely ideas! Two minute noodles are a pre packaged quick meal – basically just add water and the seasoning mix type of thing! I am sure they are available at all supermarkets but I would not buy them for anything BUT this salad 🙂

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  5. Wow what an original cabbage salad- Moms are the bestest!
    Pete said I should have done a cabbage salad for the challenge.
    🙂 Mandy

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    • you can still do one!

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  6. Sounds like it could be a complete dish for a light lunch. I assumed the noodles are boiled before they are fried?

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    • nope, fried as is – they become nice and crunchy 🙂

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  7. Ah you did it! A cabbage recipe that I would consider eating – I think I’ve fallen into the same boat as you – I just shouldn’t try cooking it…

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    • I agree, cooked cabbage reminds me of old people!

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