Lisa’s Raw Red Cabbage Salad – The Renegade Health Show Episode #72

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This is one of those “toolbox” recipes…

Lisa’s Raw Red Cabbage Salad is a raw food recipe that takes literally 2 minutes to make and you can keep it in the refrigerator for a few days and have for more than one meal!

Efficiency when it comes to making raw food, vegan, or whole food meals is what I like best!

Check it out… (This was so good it made me dance! Check it out at the end!)

Your question of the day: What is your favorite superfood?

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Lisa’s Red Cabbage Salad

1 Head Red Cabbage
3 tbsp olive oil
2 or 3 Heaping tablespoons of Spirulina
2 tbsp of Nutritional Yeast
Sea Salt to taste

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Kevin Gianni

Kevin Gianni is a health author, activist and blogger. He started seriously researching personal and preventative natural health therapies in 2002 when he was struck with the reality that cancer ran deep in his family and if he didn’t change the way he was living — he might go down that same path. Since then, he’s written and edited 6 books on the subject of natural health, diet and fitness. During this time, he’s constantly been humbled by what experts claim they know and what actually is true. This has led him to experiment with many diets and protocols — including vegan, raw food, fasting, medical treatments and more — to find out what is myth and what really works in the real world.

Kevin has also traveled around the world searching for the best protocols, foods, medicines and clinics around and bringing them to the readers of his blog — which is one of the most widely read natural health blogs in the world with hundreds of thousands of visitors a month from over 150 countries around the world.


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  1. ida margrethe says:

    yey! spirulina! i used to eat spirulina w a spoon, and put it in all my salads. but it creept my friends out so i stopped…
    i would say my fav superrfood is cacao, so versatile and yummy!
    salad looks great guys.

  2. Brian Johnson says:

    I think this is the best show you’ve done to date Kevin, very entertaining! Keep up the good work ;] The salad looks excellent, I’m definitely going to have to give it a try!

    I loved your grand entrance from the ceiling at the start too btw, LOL!

    I suppose that my favorite superfood would have to be my daily green smoothie. Maybe that doesn’t count, because it’s not actually a single ingredient food, but it’s such an easy way to get tons of dark leafy greens every day (and whatever other great foods you blend in) without having to prepare an entire salad.

  3. Janice says:

    My favorite super food is Frequensea, it’s like a tonic with a great fruity kinda taste that I can take alone or add to a smoothie or salad dressing or iced tea. It has marine phytoplankton as well as alot of other good things from the plant kingdom. I also have Boku, which is great and of course gojo berries. I like ’em all!

  4. Ray says:

    Cacao, although lately I’ve been doing ALOT of Royal Jelly.

  5. sarah says:

    spirulina-i just discovered it.
    before thst it was raw cacao. too stimulating for me unless i m careful

  6. Debra says:

    OMG, loved the dance at the end. Too cute. Love you guys!

    I can’t pick a favourite right now, I have to think about it! 😉


  7. RY says:

    Will you be leaping over tall buildings soon?

  8. Kristina says:

    Definitely will try the salad! The best part was the dance at the end 🙂

  9. Irina says:

    Goji berries and spirulina.

  10. Carol Kraft says:

    Next you will be flying thru the air Kevin!:-)
    You two are so cute! Love your shows.

    My favorite superfood would have to be goji berry and sometimes mixed with raw chocolate but like you Kevin I get too wired and also affected by cold sores from the chocolate so in moderation.

    I asked you a question re difficulty ordering the water series to download but no answer from you yet. Hope to hear from you soon.
    Love you both
    Ps I think you have a son, don’t you? If so I never hear about him. Could he be included in your cooking show for healthy kid treats?

  11. Bernadette says:

    How did you do that? You looked like Super HealthRenegader jumping in from the sky after conquering yet another evil anti-health phenomenon. Adorable.

    I’ve had a few favorite superfoods over the years.. it keeps changing. It started out being Nature’s First Food and Thor’s Raw Power!, eventually Mt. Capra’s Mineral Matrix and now, my favorite is Pure Planet’s Green Kamut wheatgrass juice. It is a powder I add to freshly squeezed orange juice in the morning and it is the first thing I have when I wake up. I like the taste, which is important because usually I don’t like greens in my smoothies.

  12. Natalie L. Stennis says:

    I can’t wait to make that salad, but I am curious I tend to use flaxseed oil in place of olive because of the taste is that ok?

    I don’t know if it is a superfood but I take avocados slice in half, sprinkle them with some herbamere and bragg’s and just eat sometimes 2 at a time.

    Thanks for the great shows.


  13. Denise says:

    Great entrance! Lots of energy! That’s how I feel since I changed how I eat and made my life more green.
    I have been introduced to so many new foods in the last year that it is hard to pick one. Hemp protein is one, but I was just reading up on your favorite and like what I saw.
    Great cooking shows!
    How is Nutritional yeast different from traditional?

  14. Lindy says:

    Raw cacao! Most of the time, I do keep it down to just a bit.
    Awesome entrance, Kevin! The ending dance was cute.
    Annemarie, great cooking shows. I really enjoy them!

  15. Annie says:

    Kefir, is my favorite super food. It’s a tasty start to my a.m. smoothy with agave nectar, fresh berries and cottage cheese.

    You both are adorable. I like your energy, and the helpful ideas.

  16. Meri says:

    Wow! What an entrance. I laughed so hard, that was awesome!! 🙂 And the dance at the end was so cute, you guys rock.

    I never thought of putting Spirulina in salad. I usually try to disguise the taste by putting it in a smoothie. Does it really taste good in salad? I’m scared to try it!!

    My favourite superfood is cacao. I can sit and munch on a pot of nibs for ages and it’s great coz it doesn’t make me feel sick like ‘normal chocolate’.

    BTW: Does anyone else but me have a little dance when the theme tune comes on?!

  17. Mark Salinas says:

    Great show! I am going to try the cabbage salad!

  18. Linda Long says:

    FYI Even with cut & paste could not be connected to confirm Lunchbreak workouts. Thought webmaster would want to know…

  19. Hey Kevin,

    I LOVE Goji Berries and I am a big fan of Spirulina as well!

    Thanks for the plug at for Fat Loss Lunch Break buddy.

    Oh, and nice dance at the end buddy!! 🙂

    Keep up the great work,

    Kyle Battis

  20. debra says:

    Speaking of efficiency:

    One day I was making your faux ceasar salad dressing and forgot to grind the pumpkin seeds in the spice grinder. I added everything to my hand blender mix jar and buzzed. Turned out smooth and creamy as usual with one step less.

    Try the grater attachment for your Lisa’s red cabbage slaw. I find it’s even quicker, if you can believe it.

    My favorite super food? HMMMM. I love greens in a salad sprinkled with spirulina.

    Love your blog more each time I see it. You both are a bright light!

  21. Scott says:


    Great Show today, very energizing and entertaining. Thanks for the recipe and nutritional information.

    I just can’t limit it to a single item, so my top three are:

    1. Raw Cacao
    2. Goji Berries
    3. Maca

  22. Dawn says:

    Wouldn’t it have been just as quick to cut the cabbage up with the knife?
    I am inspired to make a cabbage salad tonight! I don’t have any spirulina, but I’ll improvise with something else.

  23. Dan says:

    I have been watching the show for the last few weeks, IT”S GREAT!!! So here is my first blog ever!
    My super food is flax seed (milled). It’s great in oatmeal, yogurt, or your salad dressing.

  24. Jeni says:


    I still think that Dr Schulzes superfood is the best. I sometimes add some superkelp powder, ( from Healmarketplace).

    Love the ginger and lemon drink
    Love Jeni

  25. Lauren says:

    I actually bought some spirulina on sale about a month back, and I’ve been slowly eating it. Still have some! When I first got it, I couldn’t stand the way it tasted, but I’m getting rather used to it…wouldn’t say I like it, but I can tolerate it if it’s in a recipe. Thanks for the idea!

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  27. Vicki says:

    We made the red cabbage salad for dinner last night–and, it was delicious!

    Along with the nutritional yeast and spirulina, I often use raw honey, fermented miso, cinnamon and curry powders, as superfoods, in other recipes.

  28. Tina M. says:

    Yum, i’m going to try it. I’m a new Spirulina user…have not had it in a salad yet. I’m going to make this soon! I think you were using flakes? i have the powdered Pacific Hawaiian stuff.

  29. Mindie T says:

    I crave salads in the summer so I’m very anxious to try this one!!

  30. You guys rock. You have been an inspiration to my work.
    Thank you and keep on cooking. You guys are hot!
    Stay well-

  31. Elizabeth says:

    I love walnuts
    and raw salmon in ponzu sauce with sprouts

  32. Susan Bessette says:


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