Despite being from Europe, parsley – ‘salsa’ or best known as ‘salsinha’ in Portuguese – was brought from Brazil when the territory was a Portuguese colony. Its farming has been done for over three hundred years and it’s one of the most popular aromatic plants in the world’s gastronomy. This plant with little fringed leaves and a nice, vibrant and dark green have a nice aroma. Parsley elevates flavors and it’s used in soups, broths, meats, fishes and seasonings.