Good question... I dunno what is the answer. I'll do some Googling and get back to you if I find an useful answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably can answer it..
I grew up on cabbage and noodles. I love cooked cabbage...
Have you tried the Shirataki tofu noodles? A half of a bag is only 20 calories so I've seen other people on the boards count them as a free food. They're pretty flavorless, but that makes them go well with other foods. They have a slimy consistency but the cabbage recipe sounds like it would work perfectly with them. You find them in the same refrigerated section where you find tofu. They're packaged wet. I'm going to try this recipe the next time I get to the store!.
Here's the nutrition info:.
Serving Size 4 oz.
Servings per package 2.
Calories from Fat 5.
Amount/Serving %DV *.
Total Fat 0.5g.
Saturated Fat 0g.
Trans Fat 0g.
Total Carbohydrate 3g.
Dietary Fiber 2g.
Sugar Alcohol 0g.
I like to fry the cabbage with some onion and garlic pepper..
Once everything is tender and done, I put a slice of Kraft Fat Free American Cheese on it to melt (count as a dairy serving) which adds 30 calories..
I usually saute a large skillet full and then warm up my servings. One slice of cheese will go a long way...
I "saute" my cabbage in lo sod/fat chicken stock. When done, I grate fresh ginger & sprinkle with chopped cilantro (or parsley for those that don't like it).
Never enough because rest of family can't keep their spoons out of it..
Have you tried sauting the cabbage in a huge skillet with pam spray and some garlic. When cooked through, add some low salt soy sauce. This taste alot like fried rice...
Thanks for all of the great cabbage ideas. Being Irish, and having been raised on "ham & cabbage," it will be nice to be able to eat it without the guilt...