Growing Tips: Saku Saku
Saku Saku, meaning "crispy" is a sweet salad cabbage. Easy to grow in spring or fall, this variety holds well in the field and offers layers of paper-thin, crisp leaves selected for their raw eating quality. Learn more about growing tips for this salad cabbage.
Crisp and Healthy, Saku Saku
Crunchy, crisp and refreshing, this salad cabbage is arguably one of the most versatile vegetables in Japanese cooking. It's also a nutritional improvement over lettuce – learn more about its nutritional value and test it in your next salad.
Shredded Saku Saku Salad
We have a light, tangy salad recipe to try. It would be perfect served as a side salad or topped with some protein, l...
Transplanting Saku Saku
You've successfully sown your Saku Saku and seen them sprout out of their seed coats, or maybe you've bought cabbage seedlings at your local farm or garden center – what's next? We are sharing some tips for transplanting your baby cabbage plants into the ground.
Saku Saku Dip Salad
A simple recipe, perfect for your first experience of fresh Saku Saku cabbage. Feel the fresh “Saku Saku” sensation as you bite into this sweet, juicy, crispy cabbage with four different flavors!