Celeriac contains moderate salicylates, but is low in amines and glutamates.
With its knobbly, light-brown skin, celeriac looks unusual. But it is a versatile vegetable with high nutritional value (a good source of fibre and essential minerals). It tastes a bit like celery and parsley and you can either eat it raw in salads or boil, steam, roast or mash it.
- Celeriac is a very good source of fibre, vitamin C and essential minerals such as phosphorus, iron, calcium and copper.
- This root vegetable contains many antioxidants that can boost the immune system
(fodmap diet friendly)