Growing Celeriac

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19 Aug 13 Bob (Australia - temperate climate)
Can you eat celeriac leafy stems
04 Sep 13 Ruth (Australia - cool/mountain climate)
Hi Bob, yes you can, chopped up in soup gives a great flavour, but not so nice, too strong, for salads....cheers
11 Sep 16 sue brown (Australia - temperate climate)
I found Celeriac great to eat when grated into a green salad and also coldslaw. with a French or Italian dressing.

I found Celeriac great to eat when grated into a green salad and also coldslaw. with a French or Italian dressing.

- sue brown

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