Gluten-free, allergy-friendly, and whole foods ingredients are sometimes confusing. Everyone knows what carrots are. But what about arrowroot starch, coconut oil, umeboshi vinegar, or miso? Here is a growing glossary of ingredients that may be slightly off the beaten path.
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Also known as celery root, it is a specific variety of celery grown as a root vegetable. The root is bulbous, knobby, large, and light brown in color. Celeriac can be eaten raw or cooked, and has a light celery flavor and a texture similar to a cross between potato and turnip. It is excellent in soups and stews. Find in the produce section at well-stocked grocers and at farmers' markets.