Figure two bunches per serving.
Store in perforated or open bag in fridge for 2-3 days.
Pac Choi is baby bok choi. It has a milder flavor than Bok Choi and has a reputation as an excellent stir fry ingredient. It's raw flavor reminds me of mild kohlorabi. Substituted for celery, it would give a little kick to salads. I discovered a scrumptous side dish when I cooked it up. Here is how I prepared it:
Fried Pac ChoiPut a hunk of butter in a fry pan, turn on med. heat to melt and coat bottom. Slice and dice four to six bunches of pac choi, including leaves, into 1/2" pieces. Add pac choi in single layer. Add a light sprinkle of dill weed and, if desired, pinch of caraway seed. Cook until starting to brown--when stalk pieces are starting to soften and leaves are getting dry and crunchy.
Whoo-boy! You're in for a treat!