Bok Choy (New York)

Bok Choy (New York) has a strong mustard flavor, more so that the variety that we have purchased in the supermarket. See more about this vegetable variety below.

Bok Choy (New York)

Bok Choy (New York)

More About New York Bok Choy:

This is a northern variety of bok choy that we purchased from a local farm store in New York State.  It is very tasty, with a stronger mustard flavor in the green leaves than the store bought variety, which we understand comes from California.  The thickened base part of the leaves has the same mild flavor of the California variety.  In this variety the green color extends down to the base, where as the California variety is white at the base.  This variety is great in soups and stir-fries.

Unfortunately, the farm that we purchased this variety from has stopped growing it due to a lack of demand, and we have not seen it being grown anywhere else. The only nutritional information we have for Bok Choy is for the California variety.

Previous Vegetable: http://veganvenue.org/bok-choy/
Next Vegetable: http://veganvenue.org/baby-bok-choy/

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