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Cilantro is a pungent herb with a very distinctive flavor. People tend to have strong feelings about cilantro, responding with either delight or disdain but rarely do people feel wishy-washy about it. Cilantro is traditionally used in many Mexican, Indian, Vietnamese and Thai dishes. Coriander, the seed of cilantro, is the basis of the Indian curry tradition. We believe cilantro makes just about anything taste better. If at first you find it too much, keep trying it. You may find it grows on you and you will soon be one of it's staunchest supporters.

June, July, August, September
Storage tips: 

Store in a airtight container in the fridge for up to a week. Do not wash prior to refrigeration. Cilantro does not retain its flavor when dried but can be frozen in a zip lock bag. When you want it to use it, just cut off a chunk of cilantro and put it into your dish. No need to defrost it first.