*What do celery seeds taste like?
Small and light brown in color, celery seeds seem unassuming but actually pack a bit of a punch. Aromatic and astringent, too many of them will impart a burning sensation, but in the right amount they'll add a ton of earthy, grassy flavor. Not used often outside of pickling or brining, we encourage experimentation as they're terrific with both potatoes and tomatoes. Celery salt is a combination of ground seeds and salt, so if you sub that instead reduce the salt in the rest of the recipe.