Okay, so maybe not a crowd pleaser, but the tangy artichokes, lemon, and fresh thyme pair really well with sautéed cabbage. If it even sounds remotely good to you, give it a whirl. It’s a great way to get both cabbage and artichokes into our diet.
Green cabbage is great for joints and osteoporosis and red cabbage has disease fighting pigment, cleanses the intestinal tract, helps expel pathogens, and is amazing for the liver. Artichokes not only taste great, but seem to have an endless number of benefits including calming the body and supporting our thyroid & liver.
Enjoy the sautéed cabbage & artichokes by itself or pair with what you are having for dinner. I enjoyed it alongside some veggie burgers, but it would also be great alongside some salmon or chicken if you meat. The bonus is that it’s ready in about 15 minutes.
Artichokes are incredible for the pancreas, making them an ideal food for people with diabetes, hypoglycemia, and other blood sugar imbalances. They are also one of the best foods for reducing kidney stones and gallstones, as well as calcifications and scar tissue inside the body. Artichokes are remarkable for protecting the body from the radiation of X-rays, cancer treatments, dental treatment, and common exposure.Medical Medium
Sautéed Cabbage & Artichokes
This makes a larger amount, but you can always use half the cabbage and artichokes if you don’t want leftovers. While it is best fresh, you can easily reheat it. Just reheat it on the stovetop and squeeze in a touch of fresh lemon again at the end.
- 1 small or medium head of green or red cabbage, chopped into small pieces or thinly sliced
- 1 bag of frozen artichokes, I use Trader Joe’s, you can also use canned artichokes if you don’t have access to frozen
- 1/2 juicy lemon, more to taste
- 1 TBSP fresh thyme
- salt & ground pepper to taste
Heat a non-stick large sauté pan over medium heat or a few notches above. Add in 1/2 cup of water, your cabbage, and frozen artichokes. If using canned artichokes, don’t add them in yet. Cover and cook for about 5 minutes. Cabbage sizes vary so add a bit more water if needed. You can always drain any excess once it starts to cook down if you add to much.
Once the cabbage starts to cook down, give it a good stir and season with salt and pepper. Add in the canned artichokes here if using (rinse prior). Cover and cook for 5-10 more minutes, stirring here and there to check when done. Once ready, stir in the fresh thyme and lemon. Add more salt and pepper if desired. Enjoy right away.
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