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A cabbage (the Capitata form of Brassica oleracea) is an edible leafy vegetable native to Earth, although it has been known to be cultivated in otherworldly forms.

Cabbage is often considered to be very common in Human consideration and language. In 2369, Lieutenant Commander Eric Stiles, feeling ignored, asked Orsova if he was being treated like "chopped cabbage". (TNG novel: "Red Sector")

Cabbage was part of Chef's menu aboard Enterprise (NX-01) on Friday, 20 August 2152, served along with brisket and noodle kugel. (ENT episode: "Singularity")

In 2267, when Spock asked Leonard McCoy to perform additional tests on Carolyn Palamas after an exam showed that she was not pregnant, McCoy joked that Spock might next tell him that babies grew in cabbage patches. (TOS comic: "Of Woman Born")

Cabbage was one of the vegetables grown by Kes in USS Voyager's airponics bay in 2371. (VOY episode: "Elogium")

When the replicators in the mess hall of Voyager had trouble replicating items with high levels of cellulose, Neelix mentioned that it was causing cabbage to be replicated with a yellowish hue. (VOY episode: "Deadlock")

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