Very nice, lucky batch?
The ones I got in the second half of March had none of the issues pointed out by others. They were clearly labelled as having come from Spain, looked clean, and tasted nice. Having read the other reviews I was specifically looking for insects on them but couldn't find any.
Quality was fair but couldn’t find country of orig
Quality was fair but couldn’t find country of origin. I won’t buy again for this reason.
Country of origin would be handy
Country of origin would be handy, I'm trying to lower my carbon footprint
Very large holes
Like a previous poster said: full of holes, bits of dead insect.
Gone downhill. Used to be good. Won't buy again!
Used to be OK quality has deteriorated, leaves have a lot of holes and generally the Par Choi is floppy - should be edible raw too. Have to rehydrate and then cook. Probably won't bother buying again...
They were already half eaten by insects. Full of h
They were already half eaten by insects. Full of holes.
Hit n Miss
Sometimes they’re perfect, large and fresh, other times they can be small, pathetic and very dirty...
What is the shelf life???
No shelf life on the pack???
Love these little bunches of goodness.
Love these little bunches of pak choi. So easy to use. Chop up with tofu.
The leaves are small and yellow. It’s the worst Pa
The leaves are small and yellow. It’s the worst Pak Choi I had seen.