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Asian Essentials Baby Bok Choy Baby Broccoli
Baby Bok Choy
Our Price: $21.99
Six varieties of Asian vegetables, each in a convenient 1 lb. clamshell! These containers are brimming with 100% useable product. It is a versatile vegetable which is delicious in soups and stir-fry, braised whole or sautéed. Melissa’s Baby Broccoli is a cross between broccoli and Gai Lan, also known as Chinese Broccoli.
Baby Corn Bamboo Shoots Bitter Melon
There are over 200 varieties of corn, which is a grain native to the Americas, that can be found growing in the United States today. Melissa’s tender, crisp, ivory Bamboo Shoots are harvested as soon as they appear above the ground, while still young. Bitter Melons from Melissa’s are hand-selected for excellent quality.
Bok Choy Chinese Celery Chinese Eggplant
Chinese Eggplant
Our Price: $14.79
It is also a good source of dietary fiber, protein, thiamin, niacin and phosphorus, and a very good source of vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin K, riboflavin, vitamin B6, folate, calcium, iron, magnesium, potassium and manganese. Certainly a heartier variety than regular celery, Chinese Celery has long been considered a staple in China and an aid to good digestion. Melissa’s Chinese Eggplant can be distinguished from other popular oriental eggplant varieties by its color and size.
Chinese Leek Chinese Long Bean Chinese Okra
A relative of asparagus and onions, these vegetables actually sweeten when cooked and are often stir-fried with meats. In China, the Chinese Long Bean is sometimes left to grow 3 feet in length until peas have matured in the pod. So named because of its similarity in taste and texture to okra, Chinese Okra is usually eaten young, before it becomes bitter.
Chinese Yams Choy Sum Daikon
Daikon
Our Price: $6.49
Chinese yams are the edible root of a fast-growing climbing plant and grow in varying sizes and shapes. Offering a bland flavor, the texture is slightly dry and floury. A unique source of many essential vitamins, minerals and trace elements, Choy Sum is slimmer than Bok Choy and frequently has yellow flowers near its stems.
Daikon from Melissa’s is a long white radish that often accompanies Oriental dishes.