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| ||cÚleri odorant|
Plural: cÚleris odorants
Description: Smallage or wild celery. Smallage or wild celery is a heavily aromatic plant from the Mediterranean basin, and of which the strongly flavoured, pungent leaves are used, it is the wild ancestor of celery and can be used in the same ways, to flavour stocks and soups.
|Smallage or wild celery, growing in the grounds of the moulin de l'Úsperonie in the Aveyron||
Latin: Apium graveolens
Most frequent country: France
Better known as: ache
Also known as: ache des marais, ache odorante, ache puante, cÚleri des marais, cÚleri sauvage, efrault, persil des marais
See places: French food and cuisine