Pak Choi, Mei Qing Choi
This dwarf Pack Choy is best eaten when 6 to 8 inches tall. Its mild crunchy flavors are great when they are cut up fresh into a salad or added to soups and stir frys as a braising green. Along with having a great flavor, it is fantastic for us—being high in folate, vitamin C and many others.
Pak Choi: An excellent, peppery green from East Asian. Pak Choi (or Pac Choi) form little rosettes of leaves that can be eaten fresh or steamed and stir fried. There are tons of different types of Pac Chois all with different looks, textures and tastes to them. If you haven’t including them in your cooking yet, there is a whole world awaiting you!
Growing Tips: Plant Pac Choi about 6 to 10 inches apart. They can be on the tighter end if you want to harvest them as a baby green or further apart to harvest larger full head.