Celery seed is the tiny fruit of the same plant that gives us celery stalks! Eastern medicine has used celery seeds for thousands of years to treat ailments like bronchitis, skin disorders, and the flu. Today, celery seeds are most frequently used as a cooking spice. A common ingredient in pickling brines, marinades, sausages, stews and soups.
Celery seeds are nutrient dense and particularly rich in calcium, manganese, and iron. They¡¯re low in calories and provide relatively equal amounts of carbs, protein, and fat. They support bone health, promote blood cell formation, improve blood sugar levels and have antimicrobial properties.
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Storage: For long lasting freshness, store in an air-tight container and in a cool, dark place.