Celeriac is excellent roasted as an alternative to potatoes, and makes a delicious contribution to soups and sauces with its celery like flavour.
Celeriac is much easier to grow than celery, and aside from flavour, looks very similar to celery with its stems and leaves. However, it is not the stems but the round bulbous crown of celeriac that is eaten, which swells at ground level as the plant matures (similar to beetroot).
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