Salt is ground up with celery seeds to make celery salt. The result is a salt with a center of gravity that is based on celery. The salt brings out the vegetable taste of the seeds, making them taste more like celery than they would on their own.
When celery seeds are mixed with sea salt, the sodium nitrate in them makes the salt, well, saltier. But sodium nitrate is a great way to keep meats fresh and prevent them from going bad. The next time you make homemade sausages and want to dry cure them, add a pinch of our celery salt for a big hit of salty, vegetable flavor.
You can't make a real Bloody Mary or a Chicago-style hot dog without it
This is great around the edge of a Bloody Mary or sprinkled on popcorn for a fun surprise. It can also be used in place of salt in any savory recipe. Potato salad, pasta, and coleslaw are also common ways to use them.
Its a substitute:
The best cardamom seeds substitutes are Celery Flakes, Celery Seed, Onion Salt or Wonderful World Seasoning.
Celery is a common vegetable, but this plant is more than just the stalk. Less common than other seeds, celery seeds are still tasty and good for you.
They are small and light brown. They smell like dirt. Their taste is bitter and warm.
Celery seeds have been used in Eastern medicine for a very long time to treat things like bronchitis, skin problems, and the flu.
◉ Rich in Important Nutrients: Calcium, manganese, and iron are all found in high amounts in celery seeds. They have few calories and about the same amount of fat, protein, and carbs.
◉ Support Bone Health: Celery seeds have a lot of calcium, manganese, magnesium, and phosphorus, which are all important for healthy bones.
◉ Promote Red Blood Cell Formation: Celery seeds are a great way to get non-heme iron. Eating foods that are high in iron helps your body make red blood cells and may keep you from getting anemia.
|Product Name||Celery Salt.
|Scientific Name||Apium graveolens.|
|Country of Origin
||The United State.
||Powder or ground.|
|Taste & Aroma
||The flavor of celery with salt.|
|Shelf Life & Storage
||To store, keep in a cool dry place, and you can await celery salt shelf life for about 3 years with little decay.|
||We urged you that, before consuming spices, herbs, or any kind of natural product you can consult a qualified healthcare practitioner or herbalist.|
|Notice||This product information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). For educational purposes only.|