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Unread 08-17-2013, 04:53 PM   #1
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Default Simple KCBS Parsley question

Is "Italian Parsley" ok for turn-in boxes?

Mostly what local grocer stocks. Read the rules, still dumb. Thanks.
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Yup but Curley parsley looks best.
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I'm not sure what part of Dallas you live in but, Italian flat leaf parsley is somewhat hard to find. Curley leaf parsley is available in all Wally Worlds, Tom Thumb, Kroger, Whole Paycheck, Central Market, Market Street, Fiesta, Safeway, Albertsons, just to name a few. One of these is within a mile of a majority of addresses in Dallas, Tarrent, Collin, & Denton counties. PM me your address and I will find one for you

Is it possible you are confusing Cilantro, which is legal, for parsley?
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Yep. Any parsley is fine. But SCM1226 is right; curly leaf parsley will make a tighter, more even appearing putting green.
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Default We use curly parsley

Make sure you get plenty of parsley.
Take the time to let it sit in ice water for an hour to freshen up.
You box should look like a putting green!
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Smoke'n - I know that I can find it, just the last two times I looked both the nearest Tom Thumb and then Central Market had Italian parsley only. Still, thanks to you and the other guys for answering the question I should have asked vs. the one my fingers typed. Appreciate the responses.
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