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Seasonal eating: Celery leaf compound butter

Recipes to reduce food waste

Celery leaf stalks stacked next to each other with one leafy stalk in the center.
In this root-to-leaf recipe for celery leaf compound butter, the leaves of the vegetable are the star. Culinarily, they’re used more like an herb than a rib of celery. (Photo by Hannah Green)
By Hannah Green CDN Contributor
Root-to-leaf cooking uses all edible parts of a plant, to both reduce food waste and make delicious

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