Asian Vegetables

Vegetables that have originated in the East and Southeast Asian countries such as China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam are collectively called ‘Asian Vegetables’.  There is a wide variety of Asian vegetables grown in Tasmania. Harvest Moon supplies a range of Asian Vegetables including:

Wombok

Also known as Chinese Cabbage, Wombok has a sweet, mild flavour and a crunchy texture. It is a good source of Folate, Vitamin C and Vitamin K.

Buk Choy

Also available in a smaller variety such as Baby Buk Choy, Buk Choy literally means “white vegetable” in Cantonese. The dark green leaves are  a good source of beta carotene.

Pak Choy

A versatile, tender, flavourful vegetable, Pak Choy can be used in a wide assortment of dishes; the whole vegetable has a milder flavour than that of Buk Choy.

Choy Sum

Choy Sum is distinguishable by its small yellow flowerheads and bright green, oval leaves. Choy Sum has a sweet, mustard flavour, and is rich in calcium.