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Wash, then chop the leaves either finely (for adding subtle flavour to cooked dishes) or coarsely, for dishes such as salads, for which you want more of a flavour impact. The stalks have a lot of flavour, too, so can be chopped finely and added as well - or use them for making stock.
A little more about Parsley:
Parsley has far more virtues than a bit of green to dress up a dinner plate. Parsley is enormously rich in vitamin C and antioxidants, and has natural anti-inflammatory properties, perhaps helps keep arthritis at bay. The wealth of vitamin C in parsley (seemingly with the highest concentration of the stuff in a green vegetable) makes it a great immune booster, and a healthy amount of vitamin A also helps your fight toward restoring, and maintaining, health.
I wonder do you like parsley? Do you use it in your recipes? If you may be looking for recipes that use/incorporate parsley, here are some.
All the best Jan