About the product
Also called Chinese white cabbage, baby bok choy has a simple, mild flavour with just a hint of mustard. They make a delicious addition to a stir-fry.
This product traveled 120 km to reach our warehouse.
Organic , Vegan/Dairy Free
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Best eaten as soon as possible but can be stored for a few days wrapped in a paper towel in a plastic bag in the fridge.
Preparation Tip: Requires very thorough washing. The leaves cook quicker than the stalks, so if boiling, try putting the stalks in a few minutes before the leaves.
Did you know... There are three kinds of bok choy. Regular, which is about 20 inches, Baby which is 3-6 inches and Shanghai which is about 12 inches and looks like the others except it is all green rather than green and white.
Culinary Compatibility: Ginger, garlic, green onions, mushrooms.
Health Information: One cup of bok choy contains 20 calories and is an excellent source of folate, vitamins C and A. It is also a source of magnesium, calcium, iron and potassium. Chinese greens contain powerful phytochemicals that block cancer causing substances before they can damage cells. These phytochemicals also suppress tumor growth and induce protective enzymes in the body.
About the vendor
Various Local Growers
West Coast, BC
SPUD.ca sources produce from certified organic growers whenever possible and from as close to home as possible. The current growing season means that best of these items are grown locally right now, in and around the Lower Mainland of BC.
Most of these farms will be right around the Fraser River, from Delta out to Chilliwack, but some also come from the Pemberton area. This means the farms these items are sourced from are located within the SPUD Vancouver delivery area. We like to let you know which farm it comes from whenever we can but, due to weather conditions and general availability, this week's selection is coming from multiple farms in the Lower Mainland.