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What is the difference between Cabbage and Lettuce?

Asked by R. Jones, Last updated: Oct 15, 2020

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W. Mocroft

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W. Mocroft, Philanthropist, Master Degree in International Business, Las Vegas

Answered Aug 29, 2019

A lot of people think that cabbage and lettuce are the same, but actually, these are different from each other. They are both leafy greens, but in terms of appearance, they do have some differences. Cabbage has more calories as compared to lettuce.

A lot of people think that cabbage and lettuce are the same, but actually, these are different from
The cabbage has almost twice the amount of calories that salad has, which explains why people usually choose lettuce over cabbage when they are trying to go on a diet. Cabbage is also tougher to chew while lettuce will have a little bit more water in it. Cabbage can usually be purchased in a bulb while a lot of salad can look like they are wrapped around each other.

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Larry Thornton

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Larry Thornton, Student, MBA, Los Angles

Answered Jun 13, 2019

Cabbage and lettuce are vegetables with a lot of nutritional benefits. However, there are differences between cabbage and lettuce. The two leafy vegetables are not from the same family. Cabbage belongs to the cruciferae family and it can also be traced to Brassicaceae family, while lettuce is from Asteraceae family. Cabbage has a short stem and the leaves around it are naturally arranged to form what looks like a bulb. Like most vegetables, cabbage is also green in color except for some cases.

Cabbage and lettuce are vegetables with a lot of nutritional benefits. However, there are
Lettuce also has a short stem with leaves around and flowers that can be said to be a differentiating factor between lettuce and cabbage. And lettuce is best used before it starts showing its flowers. Another thing about lettuce is that, as it grows up, its length also increases, unlike cabbage with a short stem. The nutritional benefits of lettuce include, vitamin A and folic acid, while cabbage gives indol-3-carbinol.

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