Tuesday, August 30

Celery

Celery once regarded solely as herbs, but today is increasingly used as food or even better as a medicinal food. There are two types of celery: root and leafy. Since the roots are used mainly roots and leaves as a spice, while the leafy used mainly thick stalks that are eaten raw or prepared like asparagus or leeks.

High content of vitamins (C, B1, B2) and minerals (potassium, sodium, calcium, phosphorus, iron, iodine and copper) is very beneficial effect on the entire body, especially when workload and fatigue .. Works best as a fresh juice of the roots and leaves. Can be mixed with carrot juice or tomato .. If mixed with horseradish and beetroot juice has a beneficial effect in arthritis .. Being a diuretic, is recommended for rheumatism, kidney stones, sand in the bladder, cellulite and excess weight. Lowers the concentration of blood sugar (diabetes). However, the inflammation of the kidneys and is not recommended for pregnant women.

Search humovitu country with a high capacity for water. It is a great consumer of food, so you should plow up to 500 kg/100 m2 of mature manure with about 3 kg of potassium sulphate. Dohranjivati ​​prior to planting with 4 kg/100m2 KAN, and the first hoeing, 3 kg/100 m2 KAN.

For nurseries are sown in early April in a warm patch. The seeds are not covered by earth, but just float is pushed. Are transplanted into the open from mid May to mid June, when it grew 6-7 sheets. Just before transplanting seedlings are well watered. For a better income cut off the lower third of roots and tops of leaves.

Planting should be exactly that of the depth at which the seedlings grew.

Basic care consists of moderate watering - especially for the period of rooting, and regular weeding and hoeing.

Root:
Prague: It forms a large root with a tasty white meat. Sown in February - March. Germination time is 20-30 days. In May - June, he transplanted the spacing 40 x 40 cm and is very shallow. It thrives near the lettuce, leeks and low follicle or the edge of the cucumber. Stores in October - November.

Flake:
Giant Pascal: it is sown in February - March, comes up to 20-25 days. Aiming it, when they grow 2 sheets. Planted in May to mid June in deep humus earth to a space 30 x 35 cm. Asks a lot of moisture. Ripens in September - October, when developing a milky green leaf stalks. In autumn the leaves for 10-14 days are bombarded with soil or cover it with black paper or foil, to be nice to whiten.
Celery is use as spice in soup.

25 comments:

  1. Very common in Mexican food.

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  2. Dont ask me why but somehow I ended up reading [...]minerals (potassium cyanide [...] lol

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  3. I do not like it :aff:

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  4. I'm the only person in my family that likes it!

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  5. Celery is a little so-so, in my opinion. I don't dislike it, but it's not really my favourite, either.

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  6. i take your celery and raise you broccoli!!!

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  7. This is one of my favorite vegetables.

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  8. I thought pascal was a computer program?

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  9. I love celery. I guess I'm glad I do after reading potential benefits here.

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  10. celery and peanut butter for the win!

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  11. Interesting, I don't think I've actually had celery root before though.

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  12. celery, carrots and onions, the basics of a good consome (or however you spell it)

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  13. I wish I liked celery xD

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  14. I do not like vegetables
    great post
    +follow

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  15. Love celery. Quality spin or translation?

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  16. I hate celery. So tasteless....

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  17. I love it cooked but not raw. Thank you for stopping by my blog. I think your blog is cool!

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  18. Celery burns suck, but celery tastes great with a bit of peanut butter or cheese whiz.

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