Truffle pumpkin seeds, mushrooms, and sage give this celery root linguini an Italian flair. It is a nice alternative to traditional pasta dishes.
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Celery root is a cultivated form of wild celery. As with the other two varieties of cultivated celery, Pascal celery (also called ribbed celery) and leaf celery (also called Chinese celery), celery root has a number of culinary uses. Thanks to its essential oils, celery root has a fresh, clean flavor that stimulates both appetite and digestion.
In natural medicine, celery root is used to help against rheumatism, stomach, and intestinal disorders as well as kidney and bladder problems. After you peel celery root, it will discolor quickly. To help prevent this, you can drizzle lemon juice on raw celery root and for cooked celery root add vinegar or lemon juice to the cooking water.