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Growing Pak Choy, also Pak choi

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10 Mar 15 Mick (Australia - temperate climate)
Whats the diference between bok choi and pak choy
24 Apr 16 Richy (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
They're the same, just different spellings from chinese
02 Sep 16 GrocerMan (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
They are not the same. Pak Choy is sweeter, has green soft stems. Bok Choy is slightly more bitter (but still sweet) and has white harder stems than Pak choy. They look very similar but if you know the difference, its quite obvious.
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