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Just a sprinkle of fresh parsley over the top of finished dishes brightens flavors and adds color. But did you know ancient Greeks and Romans believed that eating parsley could keep them from getting tipsy? In this video, you’ll see how to use parsley to flavor your food, decorate your dishes, even freshen your breathe—we make no claims about the tipsy business. You’ll discover the two types of parsley (curly and flat, also called Italian) and see which kind tends to have more grassy (in a good way) flavor. You’ll also get helpful info for converting from fresh parsley to dry parsley and vice versa. Watch the video, then see our complete parsley recipe collection.