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Are Parsley and Celery the Same?

Celery and parsley come from the same botanical family as carrots, parsnips, dill, fennel and hundreds of other well-known plants....

What Does Celery Do for Your Body?

A native of Eurasia and the Mediterranean, celery was once prized by the Romans and Egyptians for its medicinal properties. Today ...

Nutrition Value of Cucumbers and Celery

Both cucumbers and celery have a very high water content, which makes them very low in calories by volume. In fact, cucumbers and ...

What Vegetable Has the Fewest Calories?

Most vegetables are considered low-energy-density foods, meaning they have a low number of calories for their serving size. They&#...

Adverse Effects of Celery

Celery -- scientific name Apium graveolens -- is a plant whose crisp green stalks are eaten both raw and cooked. Native to the Me...

Do Celery Leaves Have Nutritional Value?

Next time you buy celery, save the leaves to eat alone or incorporate into recipes. Celery leaves offer nutritional value that can...

How to Eat Celery

While celery works perfectly as the ubiquitous swizzle in a bloody Mary cocktail or the healthy, go-to lunchbox vegetable, it also...

What Are the Benefits of Celery & Cucumber Juice?

Whether you're looking to boost your veggie intake or you simply seek a healthful alternative to calorie-laden sodas, cucumber and...

Celery and Cholesterol

Being rich in fiber and low in calories makes celery an obvious choice for a low-cholesterol diet. Despite its many nutritional b...

How to Blanch Celery

Blanching vegetables helps degrade enzymes in vegetables that can cause celery to lose its color, taste and texture. If you find y...
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