- Dok gui chai : Dok gui chai means Chinese chive flowers. These are blossoms that you can cut off of the Chinese chives, if you wish. They have a different mouth feel than Chinese chives - the blossoms are big and angular and can stay crunchy, like asparagus, when cooked quickly in a wok.

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