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How To Cook Celeriac: {Quick & Easy}

This vegetable is also called celery root or turnip-rooted celery, or knob celery. Only the root is used for cooking purposes as the stalks and leaves have a bitter flavor. The root, however, has a delicate, delicious flavor very similar to that of the true celery.

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When young and tender, the root is often served sliced thinly, seasoned with salt, pepper and vinegar, in salads, or as a relish. However, it is used mostly as a cooked vegetable with cream or butter sauce.



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Quantity: Allow about 4 medium sized roots for approximately 6 servings.

Source: Vegetable Cook Book, McFayden Seed Co. Ltd. (1948)