"Cilantro, or the immature plant of coriander is a short lived plant and should really be resown every two weeks, because the old plants will bolt to seed and die. This happens much faster at temperatures above 15 degrees Celsius or 60 degrees Fahrenheit. When the plant is growing in full sun the leaves will turn reddish as they mature, but this leaves them perfectly edible. When you harvest a leaf, cut it off at its point of attachment to the main stem. Once the leaf turns dry and brown, it will not have any appreciable flavour and should not be used for cooking. "
Red-eared turtles can eat cilantro. If they are not eating lettuce, you should try feeding them it.
because it gets all the nutrients from the cilantro in your burritos
Cilantro is a herb.
No, Absolutely not.
2 Tbsp dried cilantro = 1/4 cup fresh cilantro
When making a right turn on red you must come to a stop, then turn unless there is a sign stating that you cannot turn on red ("No Turn on Red").
cilantro is apparently coriander! actually cilantro is a green leafy herb coriander is a dried seed.
... dried cilantro
One way that cilantro is good for you is because it has antioxidants. Cilantro also has vitamins, minerals, and fiber.
cilantro - kottimeeraYogurt - perugu
el cilantro or el coriander
They turn red when they reach maturity and produce lycopene and carotene which help the turn red.
You can turn right on a red light and a left red arrow. If there is a sign that says "no right turn on red" or it's a right red arrow, you can't turn right.
According to a recipe for "Cilantro Guacamole Baked Chicken" at familyoven.com, a bunch of cilantro is approximately 12 oz.
You just clean it and cut it up and add it to salsa or anything else you want to add it to. It is very good in stir-fries or salads. Use cilantro in vegetables, soups, and sauces. Mediterranean cilantro pesto, prepared by using fresh cilantro, red pepper, garlic cloves, olive oil, pumpkin seeds with few drops of lemon juice is a great addition on pasta, in sandwiches, or as a marinade. Freshly chopped and sautéed cilantro leaves are also a great addition to green salad.
Cilantro is leaf of the coriander plant. No one "invented" it.
The scientific name for cilantro or coriander is Coriandum Sativum
2.8 ounces will be present in a bunch of cilantro
No, you could make your own salsa and not add cilantro.
Typically, in states that allow right-on-red, it is legal unless there is a sign posted that says "No Turn On Red"
Some, but they might die and some will turn red
Cilantro in telugu is called "kothimeera". where as the seeds are called dhaniyalu