Celeriac is a large, spherical, bulbous root with an approximate diameter of between four and eight inches. Unlike celery, whose stems are eaten, celeriac uses the part that grows underground. Externally, celeriac has a brownish color, while inside, the color is lighter. Celeriac can be found all year round, although the best ones are found in autumn and winter.
Nutritional and energetic values for 100 gr.