About: Celeriac is a member of the celery family and is grown as a root vegetable. Unlike other root vegetables, celeriac is very low in starch. Celeriac can be eaten raw or cooked and used on its own or as a flavoring in soups and stews. Its flavor is often described as a combination of celery and parsley with nutty undertones.

Nutritional Information: A very good source of Vitamin C, Vitamin K, Phosphorus and Potassium.
Storage: Celeriac stores for months if kept in the refrigerator.
Tips: Dip raw, cut celeriac in lemon water. Like apples, celeriac browns when exposed to air for prolonged periods of time.
Quick Fix: For a simple celeriac dish, boil pieces of celeriac for 30 minutes in water. Add a bit of lemon juice and serve with butter and herbs.