This is Anthriscus sylvestris (L.) Hoffm. or a forest bill. Subscribers indicated the use of this plant correctly. The bell is used as a salad plant. Its young leaves and lower fleshy stems are added to aromatize salads, okroshka, and topping. Boiled rhizomes can be used as a side dish. The plant can be harvested, that is, salted, pickled or frozen. The stems and leaves of the forest cupar dye the coat in various tones of yellow.

The closest relative of the forest bump is the butenelian bump (Anthríscus cerefólium (L.) Hoffm.). This spicy plant, which is very popular in French cuisine, is part of the “Provencal herbs”. Therefore, if there is no Provence herbs, we use a forest cutter.

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