Choi

Scientific Name:  Brassica Rapa Chinensis
Season:  April - November

Storage Tips:  Store choi unwashed in the crisper section of the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. It may be stored in a reusable unsealed container, plastic bag, or salad spinner or simply by itself in the crisper. Even though choi generally keeps well and will stay fresh for up to two weeks, it should be used in four to five days for best flavor.

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Choi or Chinese cabbage can refer to two distinct varieties that are related to the Western cabbage, and are of the same species as the common turnip. Pac Choi, also referred to as bok choy or Chinese cabbage, is a Chinese leaf vegetable often used in Asian cuisine. The vegetable is related to the Western cabbage, and is of the same species as the common turnip. Joi choi is a common and mild-tasting variety of pac choi with dark green leaves and a white stem. Pak choi is fat and cholesterol free, and a good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, and folate.

Pac-Choi

Joi-Choi