– Our Asian Greens –

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Petite Shanghai

Bok Choy 上海苗

The Shanghai Bok Choy has a bulbous light green stem and oval leaves. It is a mild and sweet tasting vegetable. Shanghai Bok Choy is the most versatile leafy green in Asian greens, great for stir fries, soups, grilling and is a great crispy green for salads.

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Petite Gailan

(Chinese Broccoli) 芥蘭苗

The stems are pale green, smooth, and crunchy, and the broad blue-green to dark green, waxy leaves are semi-glossy. Our Gailan is harvested while they are young, hence why we call it "petite". Our Gailan will taste sweeter and less bitter than the larger full grown version. 

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Petite Yu Choy

油菜苗

Yu Choy's literal translation means "oil vegetable" in Chinese. It has a crunchy stalk, oval shaped leaves and when it blooms there's small edible yellow flowers. Yu Choy has a sweet, green taste similar to baby spinach, with subtle peppery notes. It is great for stir fries, steamed and blanching.

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Water Spinach

(Ong Choy) 青空心菜

Water Spinach also known as Kong Xin Cai/Kang Kung Belacan, has become a regular in Asian and Southeast Asian households. The stem is hollow and the leaves are tender, when cooked the crunchiness of the stems complements the soft tender leaves with a crisp clean taste. 

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Baby White

Bok Choy 奶油苗

The delicate leaves are dark green to light green, the stems are a milky white color, crisp, smooth, and wide. Baby White Bok Choy is tender and crunchy with a sweet, mild cabbage flavor with slightly mineral flavor. It is used in stir fries, soups and salads.