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Once upon a time, in ancient Greece, there was a goddess named Parsley. She was the goddess of the herb parsley and was known for her beauty and grace. She would often wander the fields, blessing the parsley crops and ensuring that they would grow strong and bountiful. The farmers would leave offerings of parsley at her feet, in hopes that she would continue to bless their crops. Parsley would also use the herb to heal the sick and injured, and it was said that anyone who consumed parsley that had been blessed by her would be cured of their ailments. The goddess Parsley was loved and revered by all who knew of her, and her legacy lived on through the herb that bore her name.

The Goddess of Parsley

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