Also known as Coriander and Chinese Parsley. This herb is often used in Chinese and Mexican cooking. It resembles and is often used like parsley. The seeds of this aromatic plant are often dried and used as spices (whole or ground). Its flavor is reminiscent of slightly burnt oranges.
sih-LAHN-troh, see-LAHN-troh] An herb that is a common ingredient and garnish in Mexican cooking, especially since the flavor goes well with spicy dishes. These dark green leaves have a very pungent flavor and aroma. Also known as Chinese parsley.
The dark green lacy leaves of the cilantro plant; used as an herb, they have a sharp, tangy fresh flavor and aroma and are used fresh in Mexican, South American and Asian cuisines; also known as Chinese parsley.
Fresh cilantro is extremely effective in helping flush heavy metals out of the blood. Taking 400 mg of cilantro a day can dramatically reduce the level of heavy metals (particularly mercury) in the body in just 2-3 weeks.
An herb resembling parsley cilantro has a very distinctive flavor which often inspires either euphoria or disgust. These leaves and stems of the coriander plant are commonly used in the cuisines of Southeast Asia Africa India Latin America and the Caribbean. They are used to treat fever digestive ills coughs headaches and nausea.
A green herb, similar in appearance to parsley. Also sold dry as seeds, leaves and ground. Also known as Coriander. An essential ingredient to Asian and Mexican dishes. Also called Chinese parsley because it is used so ubiquitously in Chinese cooking, it can be found in Asian as well as Mexican markets and most large supermarkets.
Cilantro is an implementation of "Object Algebra", a solution to the Impedance Problem. It connects object-oriented programs to relational databases. In Cilantro, queries are first-class objects and can be combined to create other queries.