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Growing Mustard greens, also gai choy

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27 Aug 13 Lindsay (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Have grown a good crop not sure of the best way to eat them
12 Aug 19 Liz (Australia - temperate climate)
Eat them very which way! Young in salads, stir fries, soups, stock, and fermented in Kimchi. And here they are so easy to grow and save seed.
28 Aug 13 Cecilia (Australia - temperate climate)
I use bok choy a lot, which may be cooked in similar ways. Usually: wash the leaves, shake or pat dry, shred leaves, lightly sauté in olive oil with some chopped garlic and/or ginger, add a small splash of liquid (something acidic like lemon juice, ver juice or left-over wine, a dash of mirin and tamari or fish sauce), cover and steam over moderate heat for a few minutes.

Have grown a good crop not sure of the best way to eat them

- Lindsay

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