Parsley

Harvested

(rough estimate due to natural conditions {weather, pests etc})

June, July, August, September, October Parsley2

Benefits of Parsley

  • Controls Diabetes
  • Controls Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Anti-carcinogenic Properties
  • Anti-inflammatory Properties
  • Treats Osteoporosis
  • Diuretic Effects
  • Strengthens the Immune System

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Storage Tips

  • Snip off the bottom of the stems. Make sure the leaves are completely dry. Better to hold off rinsing them until you’re about to use them. Fill a jar or a water glass partially with water and place the stem ends of the herb into the water in the jar.
  • Parsley can be stored at room temperature or in the refrigerator. Change the water after several days if the water starts to discolor.
  • Parsley can be frozen chopped & stored in freezer bags, or it can also be chopped & mixed with water & frozen in ice cube trays. Either method will keep up to six months.

Culinary Tips

  • parsley can be used in anything from soups to sauces to vegetables
  • In Middle Eastern cuisine, parsley is one of the main ingredients in dishes such as tabbouleh, a salad using bulgur, mint, parsley, and vegetables, and is the main herb used in stuffing for grape leaves. As a garnish, parsley can be chopped and sprinkled in soups, hummus, or mixed with ground meat, such as lamb.
  • Fresh parsley is perfect for that last minute addition to a dish, providing texture, color and a burst of clean flavor.
  • twelve pounds of fresh parsley = one pound of dried parsley

Recipe Links 

Vegan Parsley Hummus

Parsley Pear Green Smoothie

Vegan Cheese & Parsley Baked Cauliflower

Creamy Leek & Parsley Pasta