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Bok Choy

Bok Choy

Product Description

Although Bok choy is classified as a cabbage it bears little resemblance to the round European cabbages found in supermarkets across Europe. It’s white stalks resemble celery without the stringiness, while the dark green, crinkly leaves of the most common variety is similar to Romaine lettuce. The Chinese commonly refer to bok choy as pak choi or "white vegetable." Another common name is white cabbage.

History

Bok choy was introduced to Europe in the 1800's and today can be found in most European supermarkets and green grocers. 

Nutrition Information

Nutrition Information: 

Serving size: 100 grams

Calories: 15

Protein: 1.5 gram

Fat: 0.3 grams

Carbohydrate: 1.6 grams

Dietary Fiber :1.1 grams

Use Tips

A good substitute for cabbage or spinach. Use in braises and stir-fries

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Frank de Koning

Frank de Koning
The Netherlands

Rini Hopmans

Rini Hopmans
The Netherlands

Organic Brothers

Organic Brothers
The Netherlands

Organic Farm

Organic Farm
China

Rob van Paassen, Netherlands

Rob van Paassen, Netherlands
The Netherlands