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    George Shirley Guest

    Default Leaf celery - again!

    Put the previous days crop of dehydrated leaf celery into a one-gallon
    container today and it is almost completely full. Had to pack it a
    little bit but the stuff still has a nice aroma and a good, green color
    to it.

    The second batch, harvested this morning also, only fills two trays in
    the dehydrator and partially at that. Will probably be able to harvest
    more in another week as we are getting some nice, but spotty, rainfalls
    today.

    Some of the bigger stalks of the celery were preparing to produce seed
    so I got them out just in time. The next bunch that goes to seed will be
    left alone to plant their seed in the herb garden for future crops.

    George
    Father Inquisitor, HOSSPOJ

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    ST Guest

    Default Re: Leaf celery - again!


    >Some of the bigger stalks of the celery were preparing to produce seed
    >so I got them out just in time.


    Uhhuh.
    >The next bunch that goes to seed will be
    >left alone to plant their seed in the herb garden for future crops.


    Does Celery Seed taste like Celery Seed?
    (For those who don't understand this question, Celery Seed (the spice)
    is from a different plant than the celery stalks one smears with peanut
    butter, cream cheese and sprinkles or puts in a soup/salad.)
    Shawn Turner
    Ohio, USA

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    George Shirley Guest

    Default Re: Leaf celery - again!

    On 4/23/2010 8:15 PM, ST wrote:
    >
    >> Some of the bigger stalks of the celery were preparing to produce seed
    >> so I got them out just in time.

    >
    > Uhhuh.
    >> The next bunch that goes to seed will be
    >> left alone to plant their seed in the herb garden for future crops.

    >
    > Does Celery Seed taste like Celery Seed?
    > (For those who don't understand this question, Celery Seed (the spice)
    > is from a different plant than the celery stalks one smears with peanut
    > butter, cream cheese and sprinkles or puts in a soup/salad.)
    > Shawn Turner
    > Ohio, USA


    I don't know, I don't eat the seed from the leaf celery plants and
    seldom use celery seed (the spice)in cooking.

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