Also known as Shanghai Bok Choy, it is best stored between 32-34 degrees in a cold, dry environment. Heads of this product average between 5” to 7” long, with the inner leaves becoming smaller and more tender. On average, there is 6-8 pieces per pound. Top icing is NOT recommended. Thick, crunchy stalks lead to deep green, soft leaves. Bok Choy can be enjoyed raw, however, it is most often cooked briefly via a stir-fry method, or steaming. This vegetable is of a mild cabbage flavor and is superb in soups.