Whole Foods Cabbage Crunch

Whole Foods Cabbage Crunch created by Rycliff

I was thrilled to find one of my favorite recipes from Whole Foods in the Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel online. I think its awfully close to the original which I love. It is such a healthy, refreshing salad, and a light alternative to coleslaw. Make sure to use fresh, crisp cabbage and don't toss with the dressing until right before serving. (Got any suggestions to make it just like my Whole Foods favorite?)

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  • Toss all ingredients together and refrigerate until ready to serve.
  • Honey Dressing: Mix cider and honey together. Pour in oil drop by drop and whisk until emulsified. Chill if not using right away. Before serving, whisk again and pour over salad. Toss to coat.
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"I was thrilled to find one of my favorite recipes from Whole Foods in the Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel online. I think its awfully close to the original which I love. It is such a healthy, refreshing salad, and a light alternative to coleslaw. Make sure to use fresh, crisp cabbage and don't toss with the dressing until right before serving. (Got any suggestions to make it just like my Whole Foods favorite?)"

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  1. Carol I.
    My Whole Foods uses half green and half red cabbage. Very good and pretty. Your ingredients are spot on. Thank you!
  2. larryandgerma
    2 many carbs the most i can do is 4
  3. Kathy P.
    This is super easy to make! And it is truly the BEST cole slaw ever! I use toasted white sesame seeds when I can't find the black ones and it is just as good.
  4. marjoriesmom
    Super delicious. I also threw in some chia seeds. As close as you'll get to the WF recipe for sure.
  5. Lucky in Bayview
    This is really delicious. Light and flavorful. I didn't have any black sesame seeds, so I used toasted sunflower seeds and also toasted the almonds. I've enjoyed snacking on this and know I'll be making it again. Thanks for posting the recipe.
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