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    Hon Tsai Tai Asian Green

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    • Kåri Zwick

      Hon Tsai Tai. Chinese specialty also known as Kailaan. The young plants soon branch and produce quantities of long, pencil-thin, red-purple, budded flower stems. Pleasing, mild mustard taste for use raw in salads or lightly cooked in stir-fries or soups. For multiple harvesting of tender stems and leaves. Can be spring sown, but yields best when sown June through October for harvest from midsummer through winter (in mild areas). Hand harvest 8-10" long shoots by snapping them. Shoots that do not easily snap are overmature.

    • Merja Nieminen

      Hon Tsai Tai toukokuun puoliväli-lokakuu

    • Mare Cip

      Hon Tsai Tai Asian Green

    • L Drøya

      Cookistry: Hon Tsai Tai

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