Celeriac

Part of the celery family, the celery root or celeriac, is routinely used in French cooking and is seen throughout Europe. It is solely grown for its root use and appeared in the United States beginning in the 19th century. Celeriac is a turnip-rooted vegetable, and the root forms a solid knob just below the soil surface. This root is bypassed by many because of it unusual appearance of crevices and rootlets. When cooked well, this root evokes celery and parsley flavors. Celery root is high in phosphorus and potassium. It is beneficial to the lymphatic, nervous, and urinary systems. Celery..

Read more.....