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“Shanghai bok choi is smaller than regular bok choi and has a gorgeous jade green color.”
“After wash up and vacuum and with the vehicle shining as new, the kids christened it 'choi', a street lingo popular among youngsters to describe something which is acceptable, nice looking and new.”
“Lainie: "choi" sounds familiar … what does it mean again?”
“Spring greens are in season and readily available, but you can use pak choi or spinach if you prefer.”
“Perhaps it is the influence of his Chinese wife, but the cuisine was decidedly fusion, with dishes including Szechuan chicken served with pak choi or with a mixed green salad, tat soy (spinach mustard) and mizuna (Japanese greens).”
“Our garlic will be ready by Christmas; we've three cauliflower; the leaves are huge; over a foot long, but the head has not formed; Do you think they will 'flower' or should we simply resign ourselves to using the leaves in similar manner to boc-choi etc ...”
“Quarter Branch is back with its fall harvest of pak choi, Swiss chard, cilantro and basil and beets, radishes, sweet turnips and sweet, tender shelling peas.”
“June 20, 2009 at 09: 52 PM lt. dan choi really brought this issue home for a lot of americans - who may not have otherwise even thought about this issue. he's hot too!!!”
“Of the devastation, most of the young lettuce was unsalvageable and is either now buried or composted; the same goes for quite a bit of the extra-dwarf bok choi that was in the bed.”
“The bok choi are a little more hardy, however, and the survivors seem to be thriving.”
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