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Is knolselderij vegan?

Knolselderij is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is knolselderij?

Knolselderij, also known as celeriac, is a root vegetable with a distinctively earthy and nutty flavor. This vegetable is related to celery and has a similar taste, but with a denser and more fibrous texture. The knobby exterior of the knolselderij can be intimidating, but once peeled, the creamy-white interior can be used in a variety of dishes. It can be roasted, mashed, pureed, or grated raw in salads. Its high fiber content makes it a nutritious addition to any meal, and its unique taste adds depth and complexity to recipes. Knolselderij is a versatile and underappreciated ingredient that deserves a place in any kitchen.

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