How to save cabbage in the winter?
Proper storage of the harvest in the winter is a vital concern for many gardeners. Below we describe how to preserve cabbage in the winter in its original form without much hassle.
How to keep cabbage securely in winter
Save until the spring can only late-ripening varieties of white cabbage, and only in the cellar or basement. There are many options for storing it, and they all look alike. However, the most effective methods are the storage of cabbage in the sand and cling film.
How to keep cabbage in the sand
It is necessary to prepare clean, dry sand. Experienced gardeners recommend using river sand. Then you can do in two ways:
- Pour the sand on the floor and press it into the cabbages.
- Use a wooden box, folding cabbage into it and sprinkling sand.
Cabbage in both cases is stored well, does not grow moldy and does not rot. Only before use, it must be cleaned from the upper leaves and thoroughly washed from the sand.
Keep cabbage in cling film
Prepared cabbages must be wrapped tightly with food film in two layers and laid in a basement on banks or a wooden bridge. It is necessary to ensure that the film fits snugly to the head and there are no air bubbles under it. In the future, it is necessary to remove the film and the upper leaves from the head, and the cabbage is ready for further use.
In such simple, and most importantly, effective ways you can easily save cabbage in the winter.
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