Parsley is a well-known and extensively used herb.
It goes well with a myriad of dishes.
It's also easy to grow yourself and easy to store.
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Parsley Comes In Two Main Varieties
There are two main varieties of parsley: flat-leaf parsley and curly leaf parsley.
Both can be used for the same purposes although flat-leaf parsley has a stronger flavor.
Curly leaf parsley has a mild flavor and a crinkly texture that’s great in salads.
Flat-leaf parsley has flat serrated leaves and a flavor that is preferred by many.
Both types are cultivated the same way.
Benefits Parsley Can Provide
Parsley has a very high vitamin K and C content. It also contains vitamin A, B1, B2, Calcium, Iron, and anti-inflammatory flavonoids.
Parsley leaves are packed with antioxidants that can help you in many ways.
The compounds in parsley have, for instance, been linked to cancer prevention and may also improve insulin resistance and bone health.
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Parsley: How-To Grow, Dry and Store It! [Step-by-Step Guide]
Do you eat parsley regularly? You should! Learn why and also how to grow, dry, and store it yourself with our easy to follow step-by-step guide!
It is easy, fun, and also tasty to grow your own parsley!
Check out our article that includes a video on how to plant a store bought parsley. Parsley: How-To Grow, Dry and Store It [Step-by-Step Guide]