Celery heads, also known as stalks or bunches, typically have eight to ten stalks each. Manufacturers normally do not list the number of individual stalks on packaging since celery farmed for commercial purposes is rated according to its colour, quality, and consistency of length throughout the entire head.
Chopped celery from one medium-sized stalk yields approximately 1/2 cup. Two medium-sized stalks, or one serving, are equal to 20 calories, 5 grammes of carbs, 100 milligrammes of salt, and 2 grammes of dietary fibre.
It can be difficult to follow a recipe’s celery needs because the terminology for the different celery sections vary. When a recipe calls for “stalks,” it typically refers to the individual ribs rather than the whole head.