1 packet = 200 grams (approx)
Tah Tsai is a non-hearting variety with flat open growing habit and spoon shaped dark green, glossy leaves. The stems, leaves and flowers can all be eaten raw or cooked, and taste especially delicious when stir fried.
Pak Choi has been grown in China for about 1500 years. It can be used whole when it grows to approximately 10cm tall or grown for longer so that the individual leaves can be used. Pak Choi can be used raw in salads, but has a delicious more spicy flavour when cooked.