Choy Sum is arguably the most popular vegetable for most local households. With its large leaves and water-filled crunchy stems, it tastes good whether it’s lightly stir-fried with garlic or as a garnish for other main ingredients such as bowl of piping hot noodles. Our organically grown choy sum is not only juicy and healthy, their beautiful yellow flowers will certainly lend great appeal to the dining table.
Not only good to eat, they are beautiful to look at too with their unique heart shape. What a clever way to make the little ones eat their greens!
If you can’t wait to have fresh vegetables on your plate, these sweet potato leaves are the best option as they grow really fast.
They can be a little bit hefty though, which is a good thing as it means you are absorbing more water as you are consuming these healthy vegetables.
Watercress, commonly served as a soup, is a leafy green rich in minerals and vitamins. One watercress plant contains more vitamin C than an orange, more calcium than milk, more iron than spinach, and more folate than bananas. It also contains vitamins A, B6, B12, iron, magnesium, calcium, and phosphorus. Regular consumption can prevent cancer, improve thyroid gland functions, improve eyesight and brain health.