Question: What cultures eat a lot of cabbage?

The highest levels of cabbage and other brassicas per capita consumption was registered in the Republic of Korea (X kg/year), followed by Ukraine (X kg/year), Russia (X kg/year), China (X kg/year) and India (X kg/year), while the average per capita consumption of cabbage and other brassicas was estimated at X kg/year ...

What culture eats the most cabbage?

Cabbage consumption varies widely around the world: Russia has the highest annual per capita consumption at 20 kg (44 lb), followed by Belgium at 4.7 kg (10 lb 6 oz) and the Netherlands at 4.0 kg (8 lb 13 oz).

What cultures use cabbage?

It has become a vital source of nutrients and an instrumental ingredient in many dishes from around the world: German sauerkraut, Korean kimchi and Chinese pork and cabbage dumplings, Japanese okonomiyaki, Russian shchi stew, American coleslaw, Kenyan sukumawiki (which also uses kale and collard greens), Curtido ...

What is the national dish of Poland?

Bigos stew Bigos stew is the national dish of Poland. It can be made with any kind of meat from pork to rabbit or venison, but should always have spicy Polish sausage.

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