Thanks to the cabbage family we have kale, cauliflower, broccoli and Brussels sprouts, but cabbage itself comes in many different forms.
Red or green, flat or curly, compact or loose, cabbage can be served either cooked or raw. In the slideshow below, we look at 28 ways to enjoy this fibrous vegetable as a snack, side or main.
But be warned, too much cabbage can cause bloating due to natural sugars that can be difficult to digest. Fortunately, cooking your cabbage can reduce the amount of gas your body produces during digestion, giving you some relief.
For more information about foods that cause bloating, and foods that relieve it, check out this handy guide.