Celery (apium graveolens) is an edible aromatic plant of the Apiaceae family. All of its parts can be consumed from it root to its stem and its leaves. The root of the celery is commonly used in soups and broths, while the stem is used in salads or in drinks (such as the Bloody Mary), and the leaves are often used as a condiment, much like parsley or, alternatively, can be used to make celery oil.
The beet (beta vulgaris) is a plant cultivated primarily for the consumption of its root and leaves, which are considered very nutritious. Most crops have red or purplish-red roots, but can also be yellow, orange, and white. Betaine can also be extracted from the red roots to be made into red dye for foods.