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    • giddykipper
    • By giddykipper 3rd May 07, 2:23 PM
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    Can I freeze celeriac?
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    • 3rd May 07, 2:23 PM
    Can I freeze celeriac? 3rd May 07 at 2:23 PM
    as the title says really. If I can, do I have to cook it first then freeze it or will it freeze ok raw?

    thanks
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  • MrsMW
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    • 3rd May 07, 4:54 PM
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    • 3rd May 07, 4:54 PM
    I don't think it would freeze raw, but I would boil it with some potatoes and then mash them together. I have frozen it like this on top of a shepherd's pie.
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    • 3rd May 07, 11:05 PM
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    • 3rd May 07, 11:05 PM
    i always roast mine then freeze it but then i only make roasted celeriac soup with it

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    • Pink.
    • By Pink. 3rd May 07, 11:22 PM
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    • 3rd May 07, 11:22 PM
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    • 3rd May 07, 11:22 PM
    Hi giddykipper,

    I had a quick look on google and found this link: Freezing Celeriac

    Pink
    • paddy's mum
    • By paddy's mum 4th May 07, 4:33 AM
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    • 4th May 07, 4:33 AM
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    • 4th May 07, 4:33 AM
    Why not check out www.jackbuck.co.uk. Operating not far from me, they are the UK's biggest grower of celeriac and have a number of recipes and other information on their webpage.

    I know one of their employees personally and his favourite way to use celeriac is to make chips and/or thick crisps with it.
    • giddykipper
    • By giddykipper 4th May 07, 9:39 AM
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    • 4th May 07, 9:39 AM
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    • 4th May 07, 9:39 AM
    Thanks very much for your replies ...... most helpful - really appreciate it.

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