Closely related to celery, celeriac (also called celery root or celery knob) is a knobby, bulb-shaped root about the size of a baseball. It has a rough brown skin and rootlets. It has a crisp texture and a nutty flavor that resembles that of strong celery or parsley.Celeriac is available in three varieties: Iram, a medium-sized, globe-shaped root with few side hoots; Marble Ball, a round, white root; and Tellus, a quickgrowing, round root with brownish red leaf stems.
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