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Chervil is very similar in appearance to parsley, but its leaves are smaller, and its taste (delicate) is very different, sometimes with a slight hint of licorice.


Use only fresh and green chervilchervil
Cut only leaves.chervil
Then chopp leaves with scissors or a sharp knife before adding to yourrecipe.chervil
Note: Don't leave chopped chervil lying around for too long, otherwise itwill lose is flavour.chervil

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