Celery Seeds Whole


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Celery seeds are small dried seeds collected from a plant that also bears the edible vegetable of the same name, celery. The seeds have a pale khaki colour and have a strong and bitter flavour. The most common use of celery seeds is to mix them with salt and other herbs to make vegetable salts. The spice people carry both celery seeds whole and celery salt seasoning.

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Culinary Notes:

Celery seeds are mainly produced in India and China. Celery Seed doesn't actually come from the same celery plant that we eat, it is a derivative of a domesticated wild plant know as 'smallage'. It is often used in soups, salad dressings, and pickling. Celery seeds have been used as medicine for thousands of years in the Eastern world. During ancient times, Indian Ayurvedic medicine used celery seed to treat colds, flu, water retention, poor digestion, different types of arthritis, and certain diseases of the liver and spleen. It is still widely used today for treating ailments such as arthritis and gout, helping reduce muscle spasms, calming the nerves, reducing inflammation and lowering blood pressure. Today, celery seed is used mostly as a diuretic, meaning it helps your body eliminate water by increasing urine output.

Health benefits:

Celery seeds have many health benefits and they are a good source of vitamin C. They also have anti-inflammatory properties.


100% dried Whole Celery Seeds

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Other names or spelling:

Smallage, Wild Celery, Apium graveolens

How to use:

  • Use sparingly as it can be bitter if used to excess
  • In healthy salt seasonings the inclusion of celery with onion, garlic and other herbs makes a great alternative to using pure salt to season vegetables and meat. See our own blend of Celery salt seasoning.
  • Use it in sauerkraut, pickling, chutneys, soups and stews
  • Use to flavour tomato juice. It is a popular addition to the cocktail Bloody Mary
  • Use during the cooking process to impart its savoury flavour or a light sprinkling as a finishing seasoning after blooming in a warm pan

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