celeriac celery rootThe Basics

Celeriac, also known as celery root, might be the most scruffy-looking vegetable in your share, but rest assured it will make its mark. Celeriac is a different type of plant than the celery stalks that you’ll see in the summer.

Cooking Tips

By using celeriac, your soups will be 10 times better, stir fries richer, and your salads crunchier. You’ll be even more grateful when, in March, your celeriac is still ready for eating.

It’s in the family with celery, and is amazing chopped and baked with olive oil like fries in the oven, very tasty stir-fried with greens, and makes a delicious addition to a soup broth. It takes about the time of a carrot to cook.