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I want my baby bok, baby bok

January 21, 2004

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Baby bok choy is the younger, slightly sweeter, and tenderer version of its grown-up equivalent, which is a type of Chinese loose-leafed cabbage (also called Chinese white cabbage). The oval, dark green leaves on a bunch of baby bok choy should be crisp and blemish-free, and the white stalks will remind you of celery, but without that fibrous, stringy quality. ... (Full Article: 176 Words)

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