"This is an absolute must," says our founder. "I have never experienced celery like this. Tons of flavor. The whole car smelled like celery on the way home." Once seeing it, it's game over. You'll be a huge fan.
Stalks and tops sold separately, each by the head
Whether in soups, vegetable trays or topped with peanut butter, most people at least occasionally consume celery in one way or another. That’s a good thing, because the benefits of celery — not to mention celery seed — include that it’s high in antioxidants and beneficial enzymes, as well as fiber and certain vitamins and minerals.
Many years ago, parts of this vegetable were actually administered as natural anti-hypertensive agents in folk medicine. More recently, pharmacological studies have demonstrated both antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities within celery that may help improve markers of heart health.
Plus, as a supplier of flavonoids and polyphenols, other benefits include its ability to support liver, skin, eye and digestive health.
May Help Lower High Cholesterol and Blood SugarCan Lower Inflammation
May Help Prevent or Treat Hypertension
Can Help Prevent Ulcers
May Protect Liver Health
May Have Benefits for Weight Loss
Can Support Digestion and Reduce Bloating
Contains Antimicrobial Properties that Fight Infections
Can Help Prevent Urinary Tract Infections
May Have Anti-Cancer Effects
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The best way to store celery, is to remove the tops and store separately. Celery stalks can be loosely wrapped in aluminum foil which helps keep moisture in and allows the ethylene gas to escape so the celery lasts longer. Another option is to wash celery and cut into sections and store in a container filled with water, in the refrigerator.
Celery tops can be stored in a sealed bag with a paper towel inside, then stored in the refrigerator.
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