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It's a member of the cabbage family, so it's very versatile.I put chopped raw bok choy into a Chinese chicken salad that I make (Napa Cabbage, Bok Choy, onion, snap peas, snow peas, water chestnut diced, mung bean sprouts, tossed together, top with c...
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Check Walmart- their price on bok choy is pretty reasonable, plus it's pretty easy to grow from seed, too. Try baby bok choy- it grows faster and can be grown in a pot since it's small! 
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saw online how you could grow romaine from the stems of store bought, so I gave it a try. This is actually an older photo, they've gotten WAY taller, and I have 5 growing in that pot at the moment. Now, to keep the dratted bugs from chewing on it! 
pt51364320 06-22-2020 03:05 PM
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This has been SO much fun! Who knew you could grow romaine from scrap???
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It's a member of the cabbage family, so it's very versatile.I put chopped raw bok choy into a Chinese chicken salad that I make (Napa Cabbage, Bok Choy, onion, snap peas, snow peas, water chestnut diced, mung bean sprouts, tossed together, top with c...
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Check Walmart- their price on bok choy is pretty reasonable, plus it's pretty easy to grow from seed, too. Try baby bok choy- it grows faster and can be grown in a pot since it's small! 
pt51364320 06-24-2020 05:51 PM
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saw online how you could grow romaine from the stems of store bought, so I gave it a try. This is actually an older photo, they've gotten WAY taller, and I have 5 growing in that pot at the moment. Now, to keep the dratted bugs from chewing on it! 
pt51364320 06-22-2020 03:05 PM
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This has been SO much fun! Who knew you could grow romaine from scrap???
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It's a member of the cabbage family, so it's very versatile.I put chopped raw bok choy into a Chinese chicken salad that I make (Napa Cabbage, Bok Choy, onion, snap peas, snow peas, water chestnut diced, mung bean sprouts, tossed together, top with c...
pt51364320 06-27-2020 12:47 PM
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Check Walmart- their price on bok choy is pretty reasonable, plus it's pretty easy to grow from seed, too. Try baby bok choy- it grows faster and can be grown in a pot since it's small! 
pt51364320 06-24-2020 05:51 PM
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saw online how you could grow romaine from the stems of store bought, so I gave it a try. This is actually an older photo, they've gotten WAY taller, and I have 5 growing in that pot at the moment. Now, to keep the dratted bugs from chewing on it! 
pt51364320 06-22-2020 03:05 PM
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This has been SO much fun! Who knew you could grow romaine from scrap???
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