Simple recipe and no electric tools needed. Tastes absolutely delicious. I got this recipe on a card at my local supermarket – Price Chopper. I’m always on the hunt to find new recipes and modify them to raw.

Recipe Directions

1. In a large bowl combine first 4 ingredients. In a small bowl whisk together the vinegar, cider and honey. Add salt to taste.

2. Toss dressing with vegetables. (Optional – sprinkle with 1 TBSP finely chopped fresh parsley)

3. Chill until ready to serve.

Original recipe calls for 1 lb. of shredded cabbage (7 cups) and 2 Granny Smith apples. But I found that to be an awful lot of cabbage. I basically took a head of cabbage and just sliced off what I felt was appropriate for me. Original recipe serves 4.

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Simple recipe and no electric tools needed. Tastes absolutely delicious. I got this recipe on a card at my local supermarket – Price Chopper. I’m always on the hunt to find new recipes and modify them to raw.

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i did the same thing with a raddichio recipe i found at the supermarket!

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I made this again using half sui choy and half purple cabbage. have to say that i preferred it the first time i made it with only sui choy. just an observation :)

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I tried this with some leftover sui choy I had on hand (to replace the cabbage). It turned out excellently, I'm going to go make some more now!

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This sounds so yummy. I live in a very warm climate and love refreshing foods. I'm making this for lunch tomorrow. I think I'll add raisins.

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yummm, this sounds really good, I am going to try it and let you know how it is for me, thanks!

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