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  1. Jun 29, 2019
    Gardening with Rabbits

    Gardening with Rabbits Garden Addicted

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    What is your favorite way of cooking bok choy or a recipe?
     
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    digitS'

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    Cut thin strips of meat, I prefer beef. Marinate a little while in a 1:1:1/2 ratio of soysauce : vinegar : oil.

    Start cooking some rice.

    Dice some garlic or julienne green onions (preferred). Chop the bok choy.

    Have broth at hand. Stir cornstarch into some of it.

    A big skillet is as good as a wok. Start cooking the meat. Add the veggies and if it's all getting a little dry, splash in the broth. As it nears being fully cooked, add the broth and cornstarch. Bring to a boil, it should be a little soupy. Serve over rice. Easy way and I'm happy with that :).

    Steve
     
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    flowerbug

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    i'm really one of those universal people when it comes down to any cabbage family crop. i love them any way they're cooked, steamed, fermented, deep fried, dehydrated, raw short of being full of worms... if the leaf is big enough i like them used as wrappers to hold salads of any kind. i like them in flaky pastries, i like eating them as i thin them in the garden... etc. the most frequent way i get them these days is shredded and mixed with other ingredients in egg rolls (which i would happy to have as an entire meal along with the sweet and sour sauce).
     
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    Beekissed

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    Haven't cooked mine yet...always eat it raw in salad thus far. :D
     
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    as soon as I get the ex to bring me some wire from the old house, I can start some bok choy and other greens in some earth pots I have. YUM!
     
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    Gardening with Rabbits

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    Well the recipe was a hit. DS and DB ate it up and me, so I gave some bok choy to DD and then the recipe and she said this makes no sense. Send me the recipe. She thought what digitS wrote something I typed. lol She finally figured it out. I even got DS to eat steamed bok choy and I was kind of shocked, but he actually likes collards. I have a feeling he may come over to my way of thinking on cabbage one of these days.
     
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    catjac1975

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    I stir fry it in any vegetable medley. It is also delicious chopped into a salad. Mild and refreshingly juice.
     

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