I’ve been eating this cabbage soup my entire life. From the time I could eat solids, my Grandmother and Mom have made this soup for me. It’s a World War II recipe my grandmother brought with her when she, my mom and my uncle immigrated here in 1951. It’s a good, tummy warming soup for a cold winter night.
While I’ve made a change or two to make it a bit healthier (the original version used beef, whole eggs and many potatoes), it’s still basically the same soup my grandma made all those years ago.
If you’ve never had cabbage soup “German style”, I highly recommend it. It’s nothing like the American or Asian versions. German cabbage soup has prolific amounts of caraway seed. The more you add, the better the soup tastes. The best part about this tasty meal is the nutrition data listed below. This is a very low-cal / low-fat soup, it really fills you up and keeps you going!
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Clean Eating German Cabbage Soup
(Makes 24 servings)