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CUTTING CELERY Seed - LEAF CELERY SEEDS - BOLD Celery FLAVOR For SOUP Stew SALAD..ETC - 80- 85 Days

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Cutting Celery

Leaf celery or cutting celery looks just like parsley but tastes like celery use in soups, salads and garnish. The leaves are finely cut and resemble parsley. 

This herb could be mistaken for flat-leafed parsley--the two are related and part of the carrot family (Apiaceae). The flavor gives itself away. Cutting celery has a more pungent flavor than grocery-store celery, and can be substituted for regular celery in most recipes. A few sprigs can replace one large celery stalk. The stalks are skinny, so you won't be able to use it for "ants-on-a-log." But honestly, eating celery from the grocery store is like eating crunchy, stringy water. 

 

You can use the entire sprig, or use the stalk and leaves separately. The stalks are more concentrated with flavor. I add cutting celery to my watermelon gazpacho; curry chicken salad; and seafood medley with fresh pineapple, zucchini, and tomatoes; or tuna sandwiches. Add it to pretty much anything that calls for a refreshing bite.


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  1. Happy Customer 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 20th Jun 2015

    Myseed.co has shipped my order right away,very happy with that.
    Cutting celery is something that we,eastern europeans use when we pickle vegetables and something that I never found until now so now my whole family is happy.
    It sprouted like 90%