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 Can parsley be frozen?

Answer yes, i put a 1 sprig of it in each ice cube tray segment and then fill it with water. Then you can take a few out when you are cooking and drop them in the pan. Or you can always leave them out to ... Read More »
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Can I grow a parsley plant from dried parsley flakes?

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... Read More »
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Is flat leaf parsley the same as Italian parsley?

"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 ... Read More »
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Can you use regular parsley in meatballs instead of Italian parsley?

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 ... Read More »
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Is it true you shouldn't eat meat if it's been frozen, defrosted, and then frozen again?

There are two concerns with refreezing meat. The first is safety. If the meat has thawed in a refrigerator, then it’s okay to refreeze. In terms of other methods, make sure it doesn’t sit in th... Read More »
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