Is Italian parsley native to Italy?
i think it is
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\nFood, it also depends on where in Italy!!!
Size, and in my opinion, flavor. Italian parsley has broader leaves.
Originaria d'Italia in the feminine and originario d'Italia in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "native to Italy". . Specifically, the feminine …adjective originaria and the masculine originario mean "indigenous/native/orignating from/of/to". The preposition di * literally means "of". The feminine noun Italia translates as "Italy". . The pronunciation will be "o-REE-djee-NA-rya dee-TA-lya" in the feminine and "o-REE-djee-NA-ryo dee-TA-lya" in the masculine. . The vowel drops -- and is replaced by an apostrophe -- before a noun which begins with a vowel.
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"Curly parsley has a pleasant grassy flavor and decorative ruffled leaves that make it the perfect garnish. When a stronger flavor is desired, recipes usually call for flat-…leaf or Italian parsley (they're the same) , which features broad, serrated leaves." See the related link below The culinary herb parsley, comes in two basic types, curly and flat leafed (sometimes called Italian Parsley). Both types are readily available in fresh or dried forms and are simple herbs to grow even in very small spaces and/or containers. The flat leafed type is more commonly used in cooking as it has a somewhat more robust flavour.
Yes, I'm certain that Italian parsley would not be too much different in flavor over regular parsley. Italian parsley is probably has a stronger flavor so just add a little …more regular parsley to bring out the flavor; probably another 1/4 of what is needed.
No , chervil [ Anthriscus cerefolium ] and Italian parsley aren't the same thing. Chervil isn't a parsley, but a parsley relative. Italian parsley [ Petroselinum neapolitanum …] is the flat leaf variety, as opposed to the curly leaf [ Petroselinum crispum ].
The phrase 'lingua d'Italia' is an Italian equivalent of 'language of Italy'.
yes Romans speak Italian, native Romans usually will speak with a Roman accent, the same is true for other Italian cities or regions. Just as Folks in the southern US, New Eng…land , west coast or other regions have accents or expressions .
L'Italia e l'italiana in the feminine and L'Italia e l'italiano in the masculine are Italian equivalents of the English phrase "Italy and Italian." Context makes clear whet…her the phrase references a female Italian (case 1), a male Italian (example 2), or the Italian language (instance 3). The respective pronunciations will be "lee-TA-lya ey LEE-ta-LYA-na" in the feminine and "lee-TA-lya ey LEE-ta-LYA-no" in the masculine in Italian.
Di dove sei in Italia? is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Where in Italy are you from?" Specifically, the preposition di means "from, of." The adverb dove …means "where." The verb sei means "(informal singular you) are." The preposition in means "in." The feminine noun Italia means "Italy." The pronunciation is "dee DOH-veh seh ee-nee-TAH-lyah."
Italian boxer, Alice Caligiuri is half black.
Parsley are the green leaves of 'ajwain' in hindi
Yes, my bunnies love it. It is better if you grow it yourself but it is fine if you buy it from the store.. Just be sure to wash it before you give it to your bunny if you buy… it from the store. They also LOVE fresh basil and standard parsley.
Foglie di prezzemolo fresche is an Italian equivalent ofthe English phrase "fresh parsley leaves." Specifically, the feminine noun foglie is "leaves." Thepreposition di …means "of." The masculine noun prezzemolo means "parsley" ( Petroselinumcrispum ). The feminine adjective fresche translatesas "fresh." The pronunciation will be "FO-lyey dee PRET-tsey-MO-lo FREY-skey"in Italian.