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Celeriac

Other names: celery root, celery knob

A large gnarled looking root also referred to as celery root or celery knob. The root is related to celery and has the flavor of celery and parsley. The peeled root can be sliced thin, julienned and used fresh in a salad, or the root can be boiled or steamed. Additionally, the root can be boiled and pureed with potatoes or cut into pieces and added to soups and stews.
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Substitute for celeriac

Parsley root (stronger flavor) or chopped celery (more mild)

Equivalents

1 lb.   =   3 cups grated, 1 cup cooked and pureed

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Nutrition Facts
(USDA#11141)
Serving Size
1 cup (156 grams)
Calories
66
Total Fat
0g
  Saturated Fat
0g
Cholesterol
0mg
Sodium
156mg
Potassium
468mg
Total Carbohydrates
14g
  Dietary Fiber
3g
  Sugars
2g
Protein
2g
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