Also indexed as:Celery Mustard, Chinese Mustard, Onf Choy, Pak Choi, Spoon Cabbage, Taisai
Common name variations for bok choi include pak choi, pak choy, bok choi, spoon cabbage, taisai, celery mustard, and Chinese mustard. Baby bok choy is smaller and more tender than mature bok choy. Shanghai pak choi is similar to bok choy but has pale green stalks with leaves that are just slightly darker than the stalk.
The most distinct comparison between bok choy and Chinese cabbage is in appearance. Bok
choy has loosely clustered leaves with no compact head, while Chinese cabbage has either a cylindrical or barrel-shaped head.
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