I was wondering if anyone could tell me or direct me to a good cold storage method of storing cabbage through the Michigan winter months? Every fall the wife and I make several crocks of sauerkraut, where we purchase several bushels of cabbage from our local farm market for this task. I would like to be able to store several more bushels of cabbage for use during the winter months for golabki, as well as slaw and other cabbage uses. Unfortunately, most searches I've come onto only talk about storing cabbage in the fridge crisper for a few weeks. Since I'm talking bushels, I need a larger method to take me through the winter months. A method that I was thinking about, was to place a large apple crate in my unheated pole barn, fill it with peat which I'd use to bury my cabbage in. Then throughout the winter I could just go out to the barn and dig out a cabbage. Although this is an untried method, it's just an idea I'm throwing out to get the discussion going. There certainly are other media options I could consider besides peat, perhaps chopped straw, sawdust or ground corn cob are just a few that come to mind. Many thanks for your consideration to my question.