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MADE IN CHINA

From its eastern origins in ancient China, pak choi has become popular in the UK kitchen, used in stir-fries, soups and salads. Rob Smith offers some top tips on how to grow these tasty leaves
The leaves of larger plants can be shredded and added to stir-fries

Pak choi is a vegetable with multiple different names. Pak choy, bai cai, bok choy and Chinese white cabbage – they are all the same vegetable and come from the Cantonese translation meaning ‘white vegetable’ because of the pure white stems.

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