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  • Robin Rhine McDonald

Pulled Pork Cabbage Bowl

Updated: Sep 22, 2020

With a little bit of planning, this can be a SUPER easy dinner for any night!

Minimal effort.

Minimal clean up.

Maximum nutrition.

Maximum taste!


This delightful meal is a pulled pork cabbage bowl topped with peach salsa & pickles. SO flavorful!

Here’s what you need to make it:

(serves 6-8)


πŸ”˜3 lbs of pork roast (be sure to get pasture raised or organic)

πŸ”˜1 whole onion, thinly sliced

πŸ”˜1 tbs of sea salt

πŸ”˜1/2 tsp of black pepper

πŸ”˜1 tsp of garlic powder

πŸ”˜1 tbs of paprika

πŸ”˜2 tbs of coconut sugar (or honey or maple syrup)

πŸ”˜2 tsp of coconut aminos or soy sauce

πŸ”˜2 tsp of Dijon mustard

πŸ”˜2 tbs of apple cider vinegar

πŸ”˜1 12 oz package of organic coleslaw mix/shredded cabbage

πŸ”˜Bread & butter pickles (check ingredients for unnecessary additives)

πŸ”˜Peach salsa (purchased pre- made. If that’s not an option, cut up peaches & marinate them in lime with cilantro & small jalepeΓ±o slices)

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Then to cook, you just...

πŸ”˜Place the onion at the bottom

πŸ”˜Mix the dry ingredients and rub all over roast

πŸ”˜Mix liquid ingredients & pour over roast

πŸ”˜Cook in low for 8-10 hours (before you leave for church) OR on high for 4 hours (when you get home)

πŸ”˜Then serve on top of the cabbage & top with the pickles and salsa!


Is pork healthy? Pork IS one of the foods God specifically commands Israel not to eat...


Of course, under the new covenant, all food is permissible. Interestingly, God’s food laws in Leviticus were given because not everything was beneficial.


Pigs process their food in the same way we do. Essentially, they are what they eat. Pigs are omnivores and would eat anything & everything, even animal carcasses.


By avoiding pork, the Israelites avoided consuming a potentially deadly food.


Now a days, pigs are fed a controlled diet. Unfortunately, conventionally raised pigs aren’t fed well and are typically given antibiotics... which ends up in their meat and, in turn, in our bodies. Your best bet for pork is organic or pasture raised, both of which are devoid of harmful toxins from poor diet.


The quality of our foods make all the difference!


See if you’ve got a local farm or health food store that can offer you those options!


I get my pork from Butcher Box, a grass fed and pasture raised meat service that delivers straight to your door. Use this link to get a special offer when you sign up!

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