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An annual herb all parts of the plant are edible, but the fresh leaves and the dried seeds are the parts most traditionally used in cooking.

 

In North America, it is the leaves and stems of the Coriander plant that are called, cilantro. When the plant flowers and turns to seed, the seeds are called coriander.

 

FUN FACT: While many people enjoy cilantro's taste and aroma, there are others whom are literally repulsed by the scent and flavor and they aren't faking it. Those that fall into the latter group have a genetic trait that makes them perceive cilantro as “foul” or “soapy”. Folks with this gene are able to detect aldehyde chemicals which are also present in soap.

 

Sold in a 2.5" pot.

CILANTRO

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