Vinegar Coleslaw Dora Wamg pinterest recipe

Vinegar Coleslaw is an select no mayo coleslaw recipe for those who love coleslaw but don’t love mayonnaise. This vinegar based coleslaw is tangy, not too sweet ,crispy, and has a perfect taste of onions and carrots.

I like the classic coleslaw recipe with creamy mayonnaise. But I also like this vinegar coleslaw. It’s always great to have options, and neither recipe is absolutely correct. So please make some changes to your taste and share them to my pinterest!

Benefits of eating cabbage

One of the reasons you should eat more coleslaw is the amazing health benefits of cabbage! You can cook cabbage, stir-fry, fermented vegetables or eat them raw, just like this delicious coleslaw recipe. No matter how much you eat, cabbage will absorb many essential nutrients. Cabbage comes from the same plant family as kale, cauliflower and broccoli. Like cauliflower, cabbage has similar anti-inflammatory properties. Over time, chronic inflammation has been linked to heart disease, inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS), cancer and diabetes. In other words, eat more cabbage and other vegetables! Cabbage contains a lot of vitamin C, an antioxidant that protects cells from harmful free radicals. Vitamin C, in turn, has something to do with reducing high blood pressure and boosting immunity (you know my whole purpose is to boost immunity). This fragile vegetable is also rich in vitamin K. It is recommended that you consume 85% of your daily intake of vitamin K and only one cup of cabbage is required, which is essential for blood clotting. Get so many benefits from a simple vegetable.


Here’s what’s in this oil and vinegar based coleslaw recipe:

Green Cabbage
Apple Cider Vinegar
Olive Oil
Celery Seed
Salt and Pepper

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