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Growing Chinese cabbage, also Wong bok, wong nga pak

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26 Oct 12 Lisa (Australia - temperate climate)
Hi. Can u eat all of the Wong Bok? Including the middle not so green bit?? Thank you
14 Nov 12 Brian Larsson (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Yes, certainly. There are several Chinese recipes using all of the cabbage. Google 'Chinese cabbage in cream sauce', especially the HongkongTaste.com. It can also be chopped or julienned and used in stir fried vegetable dishes as a crunchy celery substitute.

Hi. Can u eat all of the Wong Bok? Including the middle not so green bit?? Thank you

- Lisa

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