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Can I offer celery to Krishna?

Q : Do you know an herb called Celery?

A: Celery is a vegetable as far as I know.

Q : Here is the link if you want to see the picture. Yes it is a vegetable. Please let me know if we can eat it or is it like garlic/onion?

A : Celery is a common vegetable in America. I do not need to see a picture of it. We can eat it. Basically, it is just the onions, garlic, and mushrooms we avoid. Also things in the same family as the onions, like leeks.

Q : Some one gifted me a Christmas cake and it contains yeast. Can we eat this?

A : No problem. Most baked goods can be offered to Krishna, as long as they are egg-free.