Celery seed often will not work as a substitution for celery stalks and leaves. It will depend on the intended use in a recipe. The seeds will impart some celery flavor but will lack the crisp texture and moisture that the green fleshy parts of celery provide, and the uncooked seeds can be hard between the teeth when bitten.
As a rule of thumb, and in an emergency, you could substitute celery seed in soups, casseroles, or some sauces that are enhanced by the flavor of celery. If that is the case, 1 teaspoon of seeds (depending on the freshness of the seeds) could provide similar flavor to a cup of chopped celery.
In most recipes where the fresh, moist, and crisp qualities of celery are needed, you might be better off to just leave that ingredient out, and perhaps add 1 to 3 Tablespoons of liquid (such as water, white wine, apple juice, or chicken broth) to the recipe to replace the lost moisture content. Or consider if chopped bell pepper, onion, carrots or other vegetables might work as a substitute instead.
I would say 3 to 4 stalks....
There is 2g of fiber in a 1/2 cup of celery and it is about 15 calories.
Pour the molasses into a cup measure. A cup equals a cup.
I work in a hotel kitchen and we average small diced celery to weigh 6 ounces for every cup. So to answer your question I would recommend 3 ounces for every 1/2 cup of celery.
250 grams equals a cup of sugar.
1 cup of celery juice is approximately 42 calories.
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you need one cup of water to germinate a seed
ANSWER 1 US cup of equals 0.24 Liters