How to harvest: Pick the outer and lower leaves, leaving the central leaves in place so the plant can regenerate. Once the plant starts to produce flower stalks, these can be cut off around halfway up along with the leaves that are on it.

Price: € 1,50/ 100g

Meal ideas: Sawi Hijau is a leaf vegetable popular across Asia. In Indonesia, it is used to make quick and easy vegetable side dishes. The leaves can be used similarly to Paksoi, whilst the flowering stalks can be used as a delicious crunchy but tender broccoli alternative.