Which leafy greens last longest?
Cabbage. Cabbage tastes best when it's fresh, but it can last for up to 2 months wrapped in plastic in your fridge. Use it as a stand-in for lettuce or other delicate leafy greens in salads, since most salad greens wilt within days due to their high water content.Mar 12, 2020
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They are harmless. NO HARMFUL PARASITE IS FOUND IN OR ON CABBAGES unless some careless person has emptied sewage onto the plants, and then eaten them without cooking.
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