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 n.— «“I still hope it’ll become a kitchen staple the way it is in Europe,” he says, noting that produce markets in Germany offer a popular bundle of celery root, carrots, and onions as a suppebund, or “soup bunch.”» —“Chefs Share Passion For The Ugly But Delectable Celery Root” by Andre Lariviere Georgia Straight (Vancouver, B.C., Can.) Feb. 3, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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