How Many Stalks of Celery Equals Two Cups?


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It takes approximately three to 11 stalks of celery to make 2 cups, chopped, depending on the size of the stalks. The largest celery stalks typically measure 11 to 12 inches long, medium stalks measure 7 to 8 inches and the smallest stalks measure 5 inches.

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How Many Stalks of Celery Equals Two Cups?
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Whole stalks of celery can be stored in the refrigerator for up to two weeks when stored in an airtight container with water or wrapped in a moistened paper towel and then placed in a plastic bag. Celery can also be frozen for up to a month without blanching and for up to 12 months if it is blanched first. Because celery turns soft after freezing, such celery is best used in soups, stews or casseroles.

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