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Mitsuba

Literally, "three leaves," mitsuba is also called Japanese parsley.

Like parsley, mitsuba has a clean, refreshing and slightly bitter flavor. The leaves can be bitter if cooked too long, so it’s mainly eaten raw in salads or sushi, or used as a garnish in soups, stir-fries and meat dishes.  

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  • English
    Japanese Parsley
  • English
    Honeywort

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