As a winter vegetable, the Savoy cabbage is tended to be used I a ll kinds of culinary situations.
It is quite a heavy vegetable for its size and has unblemished leaves that have a bright and fresh look
So can guinea pigs eat savoy cabbage and if they can eat them, how much of them can be eaten.
Lets take a look as usual at the nutritional data and dig a little deeper.
In particular, their acidic, sugar, fat, calcium, and phosphorus content are of particular interest.
As you can see Savoy cabbage contains a little phosphorus, a hint of calcium, fat and sugar. They are also a little acidic.
They also contain a very good amount of vitamin c.
With that in mind Savoy cabbages can be eaten 3-4 times a week.