Small, leafy, and aromatic, Chinese celery grows in a rosette stemming from the base of its roots. Fragrant, this ancient Asian vegetable-herb has hollow, thin crispy stems and delicate wispy leaves. Rarely eaten raw, its flavor is pungent and slightly peppery. Cooking sweetens and tames its taste while softening its texture. Commonly served stir-fried, fried rice dishes or vegetable sautés
Chinese celery is said to stimulate the appetite, aids digestion, relieves constipation, helps weight loss, cleanse the system and prevent scurvy. Moreover, it also contain an active ingredient that reduces blood pressure by reducing the level of hormones associated with stress.
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