- fresh celery from Ayamonte - perfect for smoothies - Like all our fruits, untreated and harvested just before shipping

Item number: X101140

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- fresh celery from Ayamonte
- perfect for smoothies
- Like all of our fruits, untreated and only harvested shortly before shipping


Stored dry and cool, e.g. in the vegetable compartment of the refrigerator or in a cool room (approx. 6-7 degrees), the fruits keep well.

Important: remove the fruit from the box immediately after receiving the delivery.

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DSG ZENcorporation SL
Avenida Vila Real de San Antonio 1
21400 Ayamonte

Origin and Characteristics: Celery, also known as celery, is a vegetable consisting of a compact bundle of stick-like stems growing from a central base or bundle of stalks. Celery originally comes from the umbelliferous family and is known for its crisp, juicy stem and characteristic taste.

Appearance and structure: The stems of celery are cylindrical, long and firm, with a light green to dark green color. They are naturally fibrous and have a hollow center. The leaves are dark green and feathery, and they are often used as an ingredient in soups and stews.

Taste and Use: Celery has a refreshing, spicy taste with a slight bitterness. It is often used raw in salads, as a snack with dip or in various dishes such as soups, stews and sauces. Its aroma enhances the taste of many dishes.

Nutrition and health: Celery is low in calories and rich in fiber, vitamin K, vitamin C and various antioxidants. It is associated with health-promoting properties such as aiding digestion and lowering blood pressure.

Availability and Storage: Celery is available year-round in supermarkets, markets and grocery stores. When buying, you should make sure that the stems are fresh and crisp. For storage, the stems are best placed in a plastic bag or in a container in the vegetable drawer of the refrigerator to preserve their freshness.

Versatility in the Kitchen: The versatility of celery allows it to be used in a wide range of dishes, from cold salads to warm stews. It can be steamed, grilled, fried or eaten raw and gives every dish its characteristic taste and crunchy texture.