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BOK CHOY

BUYING BOK CHOY:
Bok Choy stalks that are pure white, not rusty," and firm. Look for leaves that are dark green and are not wilted." Avoid: wilted, broken, or spotted (rusty") leaves, limp stalks, and discoloration."

  • Superior Flavor to cabbage.
  • Bok choy is an especially good source of vitamins C and K. It also contains some fiber, a critical nutrient found only in plant foods. Fiber supports digestive health and helps reduce the risk of many chronic diseases.
  • Bok choy, known for its mild flavor, is good for stir-fries, braising, and soups. You can also eat it raw.
    Use raw bok choy leaves in salads or on sandwiches. It has a sweet flavor and is a tasty addition to spinach or mixed green salads. Add to Your Apps! Add raw stalks of bok choy to your favorite vegetable tray!
  • Use raw bok choy leaves in salads or on sandwiches. It has a sweet flavor and is a tasty addition to spinach or mixed green salads. Add to Your Apps! Add raw stalks of bok choy to your favorite vegetable tray!
  • Store your bok choy in the crisper drawer of your refrigerator -- unwashed and in a perforated plastic bag -- and using it within a few days.

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