Best to Buy
Look for bok choy with firm stalks and leaves, not yellowing or wilted.
Prep & Store
Chop off enough of the base of the bok choy plant before washing so that stalks can be cleaned individually. Rinse stalks and leaves under running water, using a vegetable brush if they are especially dirty at the base.
Bok choy goes well with the flavors of soy sauce, hot peppers, and toasted sesame oil. The stalks can be eaten raw with dip or chopped and used in salads.
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