Bok Choy

Also known as “Chinese Cabbage,” Bok Choy has quickly become a favorite in the West for stir fries, soups, salads and many other dishes. And why not? Its delicate flavor makes it great for anything from sautéed dishes to coleslaw. On the farm, we plant our Bok Choy crop in the early spring while the weather is cool, so it can be harvested before the warmth of summer, when it’s freshest.



Did You Know?

  • Bok Choy is a member of the cabbage family
  • Is sometimes referred to as white cabbage
  • Takes 2 months to grow from planting to harvest and thrives best in milder weather
  • Iss sometimes called a "soup spoon" because of the shape of its leaves

Nutritional Highlights

One cup of cooked bok choy provides more than 100% of the recommended dietary allowance (RDA) of A, and close to two-thirds the RDA of C

Bok Choy (1 Cup Shredded)

  • Calories 9
  • Total Fat 0.1
  • Cholesterol 0mg
  • Sodium 46mg
  • Potassium 176mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 1.5g
  • Vitamin A - 62%
  • Vitamin C - 52%

Buying & Storing Tips

  • Look for Bok Choy with firm stalks and dark green leaves.
  • Don't wash it until you're ready to use.
  • Crispy, sweet bok choy stalks can be eaten raw, added to salads, sandwiches, and burgers.