This is a simple dish made from my home grown free volunteer celery bunch in my garden. I planted a bottom part of the store bought celery many years ago. I never cropped it because it always grow this skinny sticks with flowers. It keeps on growing flowers and I let it die and so forth. This year's weather seems to please every plants and there they are - celery. Skinny as they are, there are many. I scissor some off and stir fried its stalks. Tasted not bad. Rough leafy parts went back to the yard as a compost. I actually don't have a compost, but I just toss them into the garden. It seems to work out like that in my yard. My compost bin in the past is a horrifying rat trap, so I don't do that any more.
I removed most of the top most leaves as they felt pretty tough. Wash thoroughly and soak them in water for about half an hour in salt water. Because I do not use any chemical spray in my garden, to make sure any micro critters are popped and gone I soak and wash all vegetables in salt water.
Stir fry with small cloves of garlic in 2 TBsp of organic avocado oil.