Bok Choy will last up to a week in a reused plastic bag or sealed container in the vegetable crisper of your fridge, but is best eaten as fresh as possible. Don’t wash it until you are ready to prepare and eat it.
There are so many ways you can eat bok choy! You can eat it raw, either in a salad, sandwich or wrap, or you can pickle it. It is most commonly eaten cooked and is delicious when sautéed, fried, steamed, grilled, or braised for an easy and healthy side dish. You can also add it to soups, stir fries, grain bowls, rice or noodle dish, or more. Make sure to stop cooking it when the stalks are just tender to avoid overcooking it.
See the recipes below for some inspiration.