This widely grown Asian green, also called bok choy, has smooth green leaves and thick white leaf stalks. It is one of the most popular Asian vegetables and a main ingredient in chow mein and stir-fries. Can be steamed, stir-fried, and braised. Used in soups, for ohitashi, and pickles.
This eye-catching purple baby bok choy has purple leaves and thick lime green leaf stalks. It is loaded with high levels of antioxidants with anti-aging properties as well as a sweet, rich flavor that is perfect for the wok, grill or in salads. This variety also produces about three times as much vitamin A as regular green type varieties.