Jell-O used to offer celery, tomato and β€œItalian Salad” flavors 11points.com/used-celery-…
In the early 1900s, Celery was considered a delicacy and one of the most popular foods in America. Kalamazoo was the Celery capital of the world. sporkful.com/when-celery-…
Celery was a very popular food in the 1800s through early 1900s. It was the third most popular menu ingredient in New York City restaurants, behind coffee and tea. Celery cost more than caviar because it was so hard to cultivate in those days. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cel…
A 50g bar of Snickers Chocolate has the same calories as 1.55kgs (1550g) of Celery nostoryleftbehind.com/hea…
Once upon a time, there was vegetable-flavored Jell-O, meant for salads. There was a celery flavor and a mixed vegetable flavor. clickamericana.com/topics…
Paul McCartney is credited for chewing celery as percussion in a Beach Boys song en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veg…
Despite the common perception that Celery is β€œnegative- calorie”. (meaning the caloric expenditure from eating and digesting it is greater than then the calories it contains) there is no evidence to support this claim housing.ucsb.edu/dining/n…
Carol Channing hadn't eaten restaurant food in 15 years, when interviewed in 1978. She would bring her own food, such as zucchini or chopped celery, to restaurants and ask for an empty plate and glass. For dessert, she ate seeds. Nor would she drink alcoholic beverages. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Car…
Paul McCartney played celery on a Beach Boys song en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veg…
Contrary to popular belief, celery is not a negative-calorie food. A single stalk is worth about 6 calories, and only takes about half a calorie to digest. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neg…
In ancient Greek medicine celery was used because of its anti-inflammatory properties and egg-whites to seal wounds. member.ancient.eu/article…
The popularity of Jell-O salads was so high in the 1950's that the company began making flavors such as celery, mixed vegetable, and seasoned tomato. The flavors have since been discontinued. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jel…
Cabbages and celery are used as sound effects for stabbing and for breaking bones mentalfloss.com/article/6…
It takes half a calorie of energy to digest a stalk of celery, making it not, in fact, negative calories en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neg…
Celery has a chemical in it the numbs your tongue. ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1…
Celery makes some People's tongues numb finecooking.com/article/n…
Foley artists twisted a stalk of celery to create the spine-crunching effect heard in the film "The Big Lebowski," and apples and chamois were used to create the effect in "Silence of the Lambs" when Hannibal Lecter sinks his teeth into his victim’s face during the film’s climax. mentalfloss.com/article/9…
Peanut butter sandwiches were once reserved for the finest tearooms in NYC as peanut butter was a rarity, and thus a delicacy; it was initially paired with a diverse set of foods such as pimento, nasturtium, cheese, celery, watercress, and on toasted crackers. books.google.com/books?id…
In 2011, a man's death was officially listed as "starvation" from a celery only diet. ironracer.hubpages.com/hu…
Eating celery makes you more attractive by stimulating pheromens, which are chemicals that give off signals to other people, especially ones that will make the opposite sex attracted to you. complex.com/pop-culture/2…
The expression 'bloody Norah' comes from a maid who killed another servant...with a stick of celery! theguardian.com/notesandq…
"uncured" bacon (and other normally cured meat) is actually cured -- they just replace the sodium nitrate with celery powder, which naturally contains high amounts of nitrates, resulting in bacon which is, in fact, identical to "cured" bacon. ruhlman.com/2011/05/the-n…
Celery is a common allergen in central Europe, much like peanuts are in the US. food-allergens.de/symposi…
You can regrow celery from the stalk you normally throw away chickensintheroad.com/far…
A serial killer named Albert Fish admitted to his gruesome cannibalistic acts in the early 1900s stating "I made a stew out of his ears, nose, pieces of his face and belly. I put onions, carrots, turnips, celery, salt and pepper. It was good." listverse.com/2007/08/22/…
MSG is a naturally occurring element in food like tomatoes, celery, aged cheese and meat. madfood.co/david-chang-3/
Carrots, Celery, and Parsley despite being wildly different vegetables (we eat the roots, stems, and leaves, respectively) are all part of the same family. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Api…
That "Ants on a log" is a children's snack made by spreading peanut butter on celery and "artfully arranging" raisins on top en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ant…
Celery increases the chance of sunburn dermnetnz.org/dermatitis/…
The eight juices in V8 are tomato, spinach, celery, carrot, beet, lettuce, watercress and parsley. v8juice.com/Benefits_V8.a…
Eating celery will make a man more attractive to woman be cause of, you know, pheromones... heraldsun.com.au/news/bre…
Celery is a symbolic food served at Amish weddings. It is also placed in vases and used to decorate the house instead of flowers. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ami…
The song "Vegetables" by the Beach Boys features the sound of Paul McCartney eating celery en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veg…
Celery has more water than watermelon, by percentage weight www2.ca.uky.edu/enri/pubs…
Celery is a negative calorie food, as it takes more calories to digest, than it provides snopes.com/food/ingredien…
The Demeter Fragrance Library has bottled the following scents: "Holy water", "Cannabis flower", "Celery", "Crayon", "Funeral home", etc. demeterfragrance.com/5808…
Fans at Gillingham Football Club were subjected to celery searches in 1996. a craze had started for waving sticks of celery while chanting an obscene song. So anyone caught in possession of the vegetable was threatened with a life ban. independent.co.uk/news/sa…
You can regrow celery, potatoes and some other vegetables by replanting a portion of them. frugalliving.about.com/od…
Medival-era magicians used to sprinkle celery seeds in their boots to help them fly herberowe.wordpress.com/2…
Paul McCartney ate celery during the song "Vega-Tables" by the Beach Boys to provide percussion for the song en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veg…
Paul McCartney chewed celery and carrots as percussion in 2 different songs: Vegetables by the Beach Boys (1967) and Receptacle for the Respectable by Super Furry Animals (2001) mtv.com/news/articles/145…
Today I learned that "it takes more calories to eat celery than the celery actually has" from this short fun video vimeo.com/8638070
Celery has not proven to be a negative calorie food. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cel…
Onions, bell peppers, and celery form the holy trinity of Cajun cuisine. ochef.com/985.htm
Celery used to be called "smallage." culinarycafe.com/spices_h…
The Beach Boys song β€œVegetables” features the sound of Paul McCartney eating raw celery. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veg…

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