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Looks like it's wilted.
Not sure what to do now, was looking forward to ants on a log.
Your fundamental error was buying celery in the first place.
Cardboard has much the same texture and taste, it stays fresh forever at room temperature and it has basically the same nutritional value as celery. Best of all, it's available free from just about any random dumpster.
You heathen, how dare you blaspheme against celery.
Fresh celery is delicious and it's natural groove makes it an ideal dipping apparatus. It can also be chopped into cubes and added to various dips itself to make them taste fresher
If it's only a bit wilted, you can put it in a glass of water and it might crisp up a bit. If it's rotten, you're out of luck.
I find storing it in a aerated tuperware with a cotton cloth prolongs the shelf life
Yes, I do this with ice cubes in the water and it works really well
Ooh I hadn't thought of that. I'll try that next time.
Nothing worse than sub-par celery
Make an ants sandwich! 😼
Use it for tire repair.
You're really bored, aren't you?
when life gives you tomatoes make bloody marys
But I don't have tomatoes...?
Wilting is normal if it hasn't been stored properly or you've had it for a while, but it hasn't "gone bad" unless it's brown and slimy.
If it's too wilted to eat raw, chuck it in a salad or a stew or soup.
Are you insulting me?
Not at all: what gives you that idea?
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