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Herb: fresh leaf in bunches, dried chopped leaf. Green leaf, curly or flat, with delicate sweet flavor. Excellent source of vitamin C. Garnish, fried, stews, sauces, salads, vegetables, and potatoes.
Did You Know: The Ancient Greeks simply associated parsley with death as it was supposed to have sprung from the blood of Archemorus, whose name meant ‘Forerunner of Death.’ Homer tells of chariot horses being fed parsley by warriors prior to battle in hopes of making the animals more fleet of foot. Victors at funeral games, athletic contests held in honor of a recently deceased person, were crowned with parsley. The saying ‘to be in need of parsley’ was their way of saying that someone was terribly ill and not expected to survive. It was never served at the dining table.
|Dimensions||8.5 × 5.25 × 1.5 in|