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Baby Bok Choy


1 lb

Baby Bok Choy is tender and can be eaten raw or cooked. The leaves have a slight bitter flavor while the stalks bring a sweet crunch.

Description: Bok choy is a vegetable with white stalks and dark green leaves that is mild in flavor. A relative of Chinese Cabbage, bok choy is typically used in Chinese stir-fry dishes, but also appears in the occasional salad. Bok choy has a little crispness to it, but at the same time it's very tender — much more tender than the white or red cabbage you'd use to make coleslaw. Because the flavor is so subtle, it'll go with any dish but it reminds us of a mix between cabbage and lettuce, and can be enjoyed raw or cooked. You will receive 2-3 small heads, or about 1lb total

Recipe: Check out this recipe for Hanoi Noodle Soup with chicken, baby tatsoi, and bok choy! Pair with our bok choy, scallions, and fresh garlic. Delicious!

Here's another recipe for Indian Spiced Bok Choy for those of you who like a little adventure!

Nutrition: Bok Choy has various types and rich amount of nutrition in it. Especially, Omega-3 and Vitamin A. And it has 70 different antioxidant substances as well. Be healthy through the tremendously nutritious cabbage in the world

Storage: Delicate Salad Greens are very fragile, because the greens contain a lot of moisture that causes them to wilt more quickly. The best way to store your salad greens is in a plastic sealed bag with a dry paper towel. The paper towel absorbs the condensation from the greens and extends their shelf life.

Flaim Farms

Family owned and operated with pride where quality and distinction are earned from generation to generation. This family owned and operated farm was established in 1934. They believe in the old fashioned values of mutual respect, integrity, and honesty. They are members of PACA, United Fresh, PMA, CPMA, Jersey Fresh, NJ Department of Agriculture, and the NJ Farm Bureau, meet all food safety requirements and are fully GAP certified. The Flaim Family is now in their fourth generation, family owned and operated. Flaim Farms is celebrating 80 years of growing and shipping quality produce. The company was founded in 1934, by Anthony and Catherine Flaim, in Vineland, New Jersey where this section of the city was known as New Italy.Their son, Robert Flaim, Sr., and his wife Loretta took over the farm and carried on the operation until the torch was passed to Anthony\'s grandsons, Robert Flaim, Jr. and Kevin Flaim. They currently run the day to day operations of the farm, which grows on approximately 400 acres, with the help of fourth generation member, Robert Flaim Jr.\'s son, Ryan Flaim. In 2007, R&R Flaim Next Generation Produce was formed as a means to sell and ship the family\'s produce directly to its chain store, wholesale, and retail customers located in the northeast, southeast, and central states. The Flaim Family is commited to carrying on the almost 80 year tradition of producing and marketing a safe product through good agricultural and handling practices that focus on principles of food safety and quality. 

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