Kai Lan is the cantonese name for Chinese broccoli or Chinese Kale. It is a leaf vegetable that has thick, flat glossy blue-green leaves that have thick stems and a small number of tiny flower heads quite like Broccoli.
Can rabbits eat Kai lan at all?
Lets take a look here and find out more, in particular we’re interested in its phosphorus, calcium, sugar, fat, fibre, and sodium content.
As you can see Kai lan contains a lot of calcium, a hint of sugar and fat.
So rabbits can eat kai lan, but only in very small amounts due to its calcium content once a week and nothing more than that. They can only eat it raw as well and not cooked.