By itself, celery root is subtle, but its distinct flavor (tastes like a combination of celery and parsley) is something you can never tire of regardless of how itâ€™s cooked. Like when enjoying most vegetables, I usually have celeriac when lightly sautÃ©ed with butter and seasoned with salt and pepper. Today, I decided to make a mashed version of it with the addition of some thyme, mustard, and garlic. The verdict? Speaks for itself.
And it glows.
Celeriac: is high in fiber, potassium, magnesium, and vitamin B6, is beneficial for the lymphatic, nervous, and urinary systems, acts as an effective diuretic, enhances digestion, contains a good amount of vitamin C, maintains body functions such as blood flow,Â promotes bone health, lowers cholesterol levels, helps with insomnia, and is a good source of folate and vitamin K.
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