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 What to Do With Cilantro After Harvest?

Answer Native to the Mediterranean, cilantro is a full-sun, cool-weather herb from the carrot family. Also known as coriander, it can get as tall as 3 feet. Coriander is prized for both its fresh leaves a... Read More »
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How do you harvest cilantro?

Cilantro is harvested by hand, even commercially. People get down in the dirt next to the plant, gently gather a bundle together, and cut it off at the bottom with a sharp, probably curved, knife, ... Read More »
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Cilantro, you either like it or you don't?

I like it lots. I like most of those "love or hate" things, black licorice and onions and everythilng.
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How Much Sun for Cilantro?

Cilantro, also sometimes called Chinese or Mexican parsley, is the leafy part of the coriander plant, Coriandrum sativum. It is a member of the Apiaceae or Umbelliferae family which includes carrot... Read More »
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How to Dry Cilantro?

Bright and green, cilantro comes from the coriander plant and its flat triangular leaves look much like parsley. Cilantro, often used in Mexican dishes like pico de gallo, is best used fresh for th... Read More »
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