COLE SLAW
 

COLE SLAW

Bodek Cole Slaw
Green Cabbage - Carrot
16 Oz - Pareve
Also available: 5 lb bag
CRC - Hisachdut Harabanim
OU P
Rabbi Shlomo Gissinger - Rav Kahal Zichron Yakov


The term, "cole slaw", arose in the 18th century as a partial translation from the Dutch term "koolsla", a shortening of "koolsalade", which means "cabbage salad". It was commonly called cold slaw in England until the 1860s when "cole" (meaning cabbage) was revived. "Cole" originates from the Latin, colis, meaning "cabbage", and is the origin of the Dutch word as well. In addition to calling it "coleslaw," U.S. Southerners also refer to it as "slaw." Because of this the two syllables and the establishment of "slaw" as its own word, various other kinds of "slaw" are now known, such as broccoli slaw. Click here to download a free copy of a great Cole Slaw recipe.


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