Thrive Algae Oil and Oliebollen are a match made in a Health food store! And wait Roasted Celeriac Root- what!

Anyone enjoy yummy Oliebollen?  It's a Dutch Food typically eaten on New Years to celebrate the future year.

Thrive Algae oil is amazing, it has a super high smoke point and it's taste-free so you can use it in any application.  It is the highest oil in monosaturated fat so it is actually a healthy choice!  And is make frying crispy food a snap!

If you if choose to fry them in Thrive Algae Oil with 75% less saturated fat than olive oil and avocado oil you can almost claim that they are a health food!

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You can Buy Oliebollen Mix here
Celery Root

Some other yummy items at the shop

So today is Thanksgiving in the US. I am making celery root or Celeriac (Apium graveolens var. rapaceum), also called turnip-rooted celery, celery root, or knob celery. After doing a little online research I ran across a blog called Morsels and Sauces which had a recipe for roasted celeriac. The amazing part of the recipe she adapted is that it is from a cookbook from the London Restaurant Ottolenghi from there I have 3 of my favorite cookbooks! The recipe she adapted was from the NOPI cookbook. For my purposes, I did not follow the recipe exactly. I used the Thrive Algae Oil instead of the olive oil and I think I am roasting about 12 bulbs of celeriac for the suggested 3 hours. I was pretty pleased to realize I could roast the root and then peel it after it cooled because peeling these buggers is a nightmare. My Greene on Greens cookbook also suggested roasting as a method, which is what led me to search the net. Bert Greene, you are the Man!


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