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Parsley is an ancient biennial plant grown in the Mediterranean regions of Europe for more than few decades. Parsley once planted yields every year. It carries significant importance for its medicinal values than as food. Parsley is tasty and is excellent to eat. It is abundantly nutritious. Fresh parsley is dark green in color and has a great aroma. This can be stored in plastic bags in the refrigerator. It can be cleaned like spinach. Supplementing fresh parsley at the end of any process of cooking helps in retaining the taste, color and nutrition. Parsley is plentiful with vitamin A, C, and K. These vitamins are self explanatory that parsley contains sugar, carbohydrates, fiber, vitamins, minerals, fatty as well as amino acids, and more. Parsley is very helpful for people suffering from arthritis or joint problems. Though parsley contains medical values, people suffering from kidney problems or gall bladder problems should avoid eating parsley as parsley contains oxalate that may result leading to seriousness. Parsley tastes excellent with chicken, beef, lamb, salads, soups, tomato sauce, vegetables, grilled fish and many more dishes can be made more enterprising by adding parsley. Parsley though abundant with vitamins and minerals it is used more as a decorating leaf than its actual virtue.
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