Now, I don’t know if this is true

9 responses to “Now, I don’t know if this is true”

  1. You ask the question in a way which makes me think you are personifying parsley. Parsley itself can’t taste, being merely a plant. However, it does have a disntinctive taste. The taste of parsley, however, is not strong enough to dominant the majority of dishes it is in and thus is usually only remarkable in terms of taste on it’s own.

  2. But I heard somewheres that humans can’t actually taste water. Animals can taste water, but we can only taste the impurities in it.

    Also, I’m Middle Eastern, and I like parsley a lot. There’s also this other kind of parsley, this flat Italian kind that’s actually used as an ingredient and not as a garnish.