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cilantro

Yes, cilantro and coriander are the same thing. Flowers and seeds taste like the leaves. Use raw. Used to chelate heavy metals out of the body. A very cleansing green. Use leaves, roots, seeds, the whole thing.
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Toss the remaining 2 tablespoons cilantro and 1 tablespoon hot sauce with the vegetable mixture.
Schauer said that biosorbents like cilantro could be packed into tea-bag-like packets, reusable water filter cartridges or even tea infuser balls and used to remove heavy metals.
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In recent years, Cilantro has expanded onto the international scene, and Delicious is in the process of branching into new lines of business at home, said the company's General Manager Nadine Beshir.
It's easy to confuse the appearance of cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) with flat leaf Italian parsley, but one sniff will set you straight.
Serve soup over tortilla strips; garnish with cilantro.
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The compound also is found in the seeds of cilantro.