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Bak Choy

Bok Choy is a crisp, leafy vegetable with crunchy stalks, mild taste, and versatile appeal in Asian cuisine.

Bak Choy
Soil & Fertiliser
Partial Sun to Full Sun
12 - 16 moles/m²/day
15°C - 25°C
1.5 - 2.5 mS/cm
Regular, keep soil moist
Well-draining soil with compost

Bok Choy, also known as Chinese cabbage, boasts tender stalks and mild flavor, popular in Asian cuisine. Its versatility shines in stir-fries and soups, while its juicy, crunchy texture elevates every bite.

Cultivating bok choy requires cooler climates and moderate sunlight. Flourishing in well-draining, moist soil, it graces gardens and farms, thriving in containers or open earth.

Bok choy's distinctive trait lies in its cohesive structure, contrasting with sprawling greens. Its clustered stalks and lush leaves blend seamlessly, simplifying selective harvesting for sustained growth.

Harvesting bok choy entails selecting young, supple heads, leaving inner leaves to mature. With vitamins A, C, and K, bok choy provides a nutritious punch, featuring minimal calories and ample dietary fiber.

Bok choy's culinary adaptability shines through; from crispy stir-fries to nourishing soups, its flexible presence enhances an array of gastronomic creations.

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