[Market-farming] RE: cutting celery

Wiediger, Alison awiediger at HART.k12.ky.us
Fri Feb 18 09:06:02 EST 2005

We pot this in 4" pots and sell it with our herbs.  It's pretty popular.
"Regular" celery, grown without blanching is also very strong - good in
cooking, but not for eating raw - at least that's how it grows here, in
summer, in southern Kentucky.  We sell cutting celery in mixed herb bunches,
but not much of it.  We do use it in salads - chicken, tuna, potato. I like
it because it is of a size that can be diced easily.  It is also wonderful
in making soup stocks.  It is pretty hardy in the high tunnels, in winter.

Alison Wiediger, Au Naturel Farm

-----Original Message-----
From: Alliums [mailto:garlicgrower at green-logic.com] 

Hi, Folks!

Lori wrote:
<<"Favorful " is an understatement to put it nicely...>>

I'm with Lori -- it's *strong* stuff and unless you are including it in a
dried herb mix, I wouldn't bother.

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