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Coleslaw is an example of another approach to dealing with the threat of HCAs, which is to reduce harm by inactivating and eliminating them after ingestion.
Cabbage, the main ingredient in coleslaw, is a cruciferous vegetable.
Thus consider coleslaw as an antidote to the dangers of eating foods high in HCAs.
And my pondering whether our appreciation for coleslaw is the result of some innate internal knowledge that appreciates the protection that it provides.
1 (16-ounce) package refrigerated coleslaw (shredded cabbage and shredded carrots)
In a large mixing bowl, combine coleslaw, red cabbage, celery and green onions.
A Daily News copycat version from a coleslaw sampled at Wood Ranch BBQ & Grill.
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Yet, versatile side dish that coleslaw is, few of us have the time or energy to make our own these days.
This coleslaw would be a great meal for rabbits because of all the carrot in it.
Again, there's plenty of cabbage and carrot in this coleslaw but it doesn't exactly set my tastebuds alight.
Whip up a red cabbage salad with green apple slices and serve instead of the familiar coleslaw.
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