How to Dehydrate CeleryHow To Dehydrate Celery, Make Celery Powder And Calculate Conversion Amounts For Cookinghttp://selfreliantschool.com/dehydrate-celery-plus-celery-powder-celery-salt-figure-conversion-amounts-cooking/
I have to admit celery is not my favorite food. I mean it has it's place in cooking because it adds flavor and texture to food, but as a stand alone vegetable, I'm really not a fan. It's kind of, well, boring or maybe I've endured one too many diets of celery and carrots as the main course for every meal. Don't get me wrong, I've made my kids celery with peanut butter and raisins (Ants On A Log) and they love it, so it's not like I'm going around vegetable bashing. Although, if truth be told I think the celery is just a vehicle to deliver the yummy peanut butter and sweet raisins, but I keep my mouth shut and tell my kids celery is good for them.
However, I can't fool you, so I'll tell the truth! To keep this post active and hopping I wanted to talk about a little more than just celery. I want to show you how to calculate conversion amounts for cooking and thought I'd use good ol' celery as the vehicle. Maybe that's celery's role in life, to be a vehicle to get other things, flavor in food, peanut butter and raisins, and then to demonstrate conversion amounts. It makes sense to me, but then again people think I'm a little crazy. ---CONTINUED at LINK, above ---