If you're like us, the first thing you're asking yourself is what the heck celeriac salad. Well, "celeriac" sounds like celery, right? That's because celeriac is celery root and is its own type of celery. Celeriac is grown as a root vegetable, though it's obviously not winning popularity contests anytime soon.
But next time you're at the supermarket try picking this hidden gem up - the taste will amaze you. Check out this food video to learn how to prepare raw celeriac salad with carrots and granny smith apples.
It's time for another installment of "For Your Vegucation" on Funny Side Up! Join Lisa this week in her home state of Michigan, as she discovers what to do with celeriac, the root vegetable star of the celery family.