No, parsley is an herbaceous plant.
In simple words its a herb. Parsley (Petroselinum crispum) is in the same family (Apiaceae) as parsnip, celery, dill, and carrots. The word "parsley" comes from the Latin petros selinon, meaning "rock celery."
Parsley in my terms is a type of herb
Only caterpillars actually eat the leaves of the various plants; adult butterflies feed on nectar from various plant types. Caterpillars feed on varying members of the carrot family including parsnip (this butterfly is also sometimes called the parsnip swallowtail), Queen Anne's Lace, dill, parsley and others.
You would not want to make that substitution. The flavor of parsnip is totally different from that of parsley. The roots of vegetables carry the strongest flavor and the root of parsnip can be bitter. Many stores cut the root from the parsley before display, however if you ask the grocery clerk he will save a few bunches with root still attached for you. You may also use the stem of the parsley in your recipe by cutting and tying the bunch together with kitchen string as you would with a bouquet garni. Use this in the soup for flavor and remove the cooked bundle of stems prior to final preparation of the soup. Finely chop some of the leaves for extra flavor and color.
Parsley is a plant. Plants do not eat, they make their food from sunlight.
Parsley is the whole plant. The part most commonly used (for culinary purposes) is the leaves and soft stems.
A raw parsnip tastes like a cross between a carrot and a potato, and smell a little bit like fresh parsley.
The parsley plant consists of many sprigs (or stems) hence the term a sprig of parsley which means one of these sprigs.
No,the parsley that is dried comes from the leaves of the plant,but you need the seeds to grow new plants.The seed stalk comes up above the plant in an umbrella shape.Commercial parsley would never be allowed to grow to this stage anyway,so it would be impossible to grow new plants from any parsley leaves,dried or fresh.
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Cumin is the dried seed of the cumin plant, which is related to the parsley plant
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Parsley is the leaf and stem of the plant with the same name. Its easy to grow and makes Italian dishes and seafood so much tastier.
Turnip and parsnip, yes.
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A young plant is called a Germinating Plant
It looks just like a carrot except that the root is white instead of orange. There are frilly green tops and the parsnip grows under the ground and look just like a white carrot.