1. Wash cabbage. Cut into 6 big chunks. Soak dried mushrooms until soft, then julienne. Wash dried lily flowers. These may be tied into knots.
2. Fill a pot with enough water to cover cabbage. When the water boils, add cabbage, mushrooms, lily flowers and soy sauce. Cook over high heat until water boils. Turn heat to low and simmer for 30 minutes. Ready to serve.
Cabbage contains various vitamins such as A and C. Its vitamin content surpasses that of peaches, pears and apples and is three times that of persimmons. Cabbages have trace elements needed by human bodies. It is listed as one of the top five vegetables among various greens.
It has four times more calcium than cucumber and 7 times more than persimmons. Cabbage also contains a considerable amount of manganese that helps our metabolism. Hence, encouraging children to consume more cabbage will help their physical development.