How to Prep a Celery Root

Cultivated for its enlarged root rather than its above-ground stalks, celery root, or celeriac, can be challenging to clean, but its firm ivory-colored flesh is worth the work and equally delicious raw or cooked.

By Aliza Green

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1. Fill a large bowl with cold water and Scrub the celery root thoroughly. Tip: an old toothbrush works well to scrub out any dirt caught among the roots.

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