Bac Ha

An Asian green vegetable, common in southeast Asia, that is produced primarily for the stalk which is long, spindly, and topped with a broad green leaf. Bac ha stalks are crisp in texture and tender when prepared. They are generally boiled or stir-fried and then added to soups and meat dishes. This vegetable may be referred to as bacha or by its plant name of alocasia odora.

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