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What is it?

Celeriac might not be the most popular vegetable around here so let us give You a brief introduction. First of all, it’s a root vegetable in taste and texture similar to a parsnip. It has a pleasant aroma almost identical to a celery. This vegetable is widely used in Europe , especially in the Netherlands, Germany and Poland(there is no soup without a celeriac!).

How to prepare?

After you peel off the brown skin, you will get to a creamy white, soft flesh, which is what you are after.

What should I do with it?

Easy one. Mainly it’s used together with other vegetables to prepare broth which will make your soups richer and full of flavour. Celeriac goes very well in a stew, also it can be grated and eaten raw as a salad.

Use it just like potatoes for chips, mash or roasts.

Go ahead and try!

We hope this will give you a few cooking ideas. If you have been avoiding celeriac before, we definitely recommend to give it a go.

Nutrition Information (per 100g)

Water: 88%
Energy: 42kcal (176kj)
Protein: 1.5g
Fats: 0.3g
Carbs: 9.2g
Fiber: 1.8g
Sugars: 1.6g
(based on https://fdc.nal.usda.gov/)


Stores quite well on it's own, best kept in cool. Don't peel until you intend to use it.

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