Do You Have To Peel Celery? All Info

Celery is an all-rounder. Whether in a smoothie, in a delicious vegetable pan, in salads or sauces – it cuts a fine figure everywhere. Actually, you can enjoy the delicious vegetables unpeeled. But if you don’t want to bite through the hard shell first, you should peel the celery first.

Peel the celery properly

  1. You need a good kitchen knife, a sieve and if you want, a vegetable peeler.
  2. Now cut off the lower part of the celery and separate the individual stalks from each other.
  3. Now you can wash and clean the vegetables and remove any soil residue.
  4. When peeling celery, you pull the thread-like skin off the stalks.
  5. To do this, cut one end and slowly pull the threads off with your thumb and knife.
  6. Repeat this until you have removed all of the celery strings.
  7. You can also use a vegetable peeler instead of a knife. The downside is that you might be removing too much of the veggies by doing this.
  8. Now you can either eat the celery raw or use it perfectly in countless dishes.
  9. If you want to eat the delicious vegetables raw, rinse them again under hot water.

Tip: Most of the annoying threads are on the higher ribs of the celery stalks. It’s similar to rhubarb.

The delicious vegetable has long been domestic and popular in the Mediterranean region. The vitamin-rich umbellifer has been used in salads and dishes since the Middle Ages. For figure-conscious people, celery is the perfect in-between snack. It is one of the vegetables with the fewest calories. In addition, your body is supplied with important vitamins such as potassium, sodium, and magnesium. Your metabolism will be positively strengthened and the vegetables are said to have a relaxing and calming effect. A real vegetable miracle! For better digestibility, you should peel the celery beforehand.

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Written by John Myers

Professional Chef with 25 years of industry experience at the highest levels. Restaurant owner. Beverage Director with experience creating world-class nationally recognized cocktail programs. Food writer with a distinctive Chef-driven voice and point of view.

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