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How does flat leaf cabbage look like?

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A giant and fully grown flat leaf cabbage is light green in color on its head and dark green on the outer side. Its size can range from a softball to a hard and giant ball. It is grown in a tightly packed pattern with moist looking outer leaves.

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Flat leaf cabbage looks delicious!

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Flat, leaf and a cabbage, what do you make out of that? Just kidding! Its huge and green

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It is a whiter version and less circular as compared to the general cabbage.

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Flat leaf cabbages are flatter than the normal cabbages but they can be used in the same way you use regular cabbages as they are crunchy.

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