Recipe Directions

Mix all ingredients except cabbage in a separate bowl. While that’s sitting after you’ve mixed it, shred the cabbage with a mandolin or by hand if you don’t have a mandolin. After you have your cabbage shredded, pour the mixture of the rest of the ingredients over the cabbage and let it marinate overnight or even for a couple nights (it gets better the longer it’s in the fridge!).

Refreshing (bright purple) salad goes well with raw hummus or along side a raw sandwich. Feel free to add shredded green cabbage, carrots, onions, or whatever else you’d like to make it more like a cole slaw type dish.

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By anorwick

This is a tangy salad that can be used as a side with a variety of entrees. It’s adapted from part of a dish served at Karyn’s in Chicago.

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*edit* I made this tonight and I tweaked your recipe and it came out SOOO good. Again, thanks for posting. I got a really course sugar, to coat the cabbage and create some texture, apple vinegar, ginger, and raw agave and made a really good sweet/tangy suace. It would have been a little better w/ some orange zest but I did nto have any oranges. :)

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I really do miss the flavors of sweet and sour since going raw and purple is my favorite color. Does the sugar/vinegar become sort of sticky on the cabbage(a good thing)?

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*edit* I made this tonight and I tweaked your recipe and it came out SOOO good. Again, thanks for posting. I got a really course sugar, to coat the cabbage and create some texture, apple vinegar, ginger, and raw agave and made a really good sweet/tangy suace. It would have been a little better w/ some orange zest but I did nto have any oranges. :)

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I really do miss the flavors of sweet and sour since going raw and purple is my favorite color. Does the sugar/vinegar become sort of sticky on the cabbage(a good thing)?

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