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How to revive a whole head of celery

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Celery is a delicious crunchy vegetable that is unappetising when limp. I have previously used this trick to revive celery stalks and wanted to try it on a whole celery bunch to see if it would work so I could use the whole plant in cooking that night.

The celery fibres will transport the water throughout the celery head and make it crunchy again.



Limp celery
Limp celery


Steps to revive a limp celery bunch

Step 1
Cut the end off the limp celery.



Limp celery
Cut the end off


Step 2
Put the celery in a jug of iced water and watch the transformation over a few hours.

How to revive a whole head of celery Montage
Put the celery in a jug of iced water


How long will it take to revive a celery?
The time taken to revive a celery will vary based on how limp it is. This celery was extremely limp and took a day in water to revive. To shorten the time cut the celery into two sections; the head with leaves and the stalks.

How to revive a whole head of celery Montage
Celery transformation - after 1/2 hour, 2 hours and 4 hours in iced water


The revived celery can be used immediately or stored in an airtight container.



Celery - 1 hour in iced water
Revived celery


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