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Is knollensellerie vegan?

Knollensellerie is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is knollensellerie?

Knollensellerie, also known as celeriac or celery root, is a versatile and nutritious root vegetable that is a member of the celery family. Its gnarled, knobby appearance might seem unappetizing, but once peeled and cooked, its creamy-white flesh reveals a delicate, nutty flavor that adds depth to soups, stews, and salads. Packed with dietary fiber, vitamin C, and potassium, knollensellerie offers a host of health benefits, including improved digestion, enhanced immune function, and reduced risk of heart disease. This winter root vegetable is a staple in many European cuisines, where it is often roasted, mashed, or puréed for a satisfying side dish or garnish.

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