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Club House, Cilantro Leaves, 138 g, $8.88 (or cheaper w/ S&S)

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[Amazon.ca] Club House, Cilantro Leaves, 138 g, $8.88 (or cheaper w/ S&S)

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How does dried cilantro compare with fresh? I've never even heard of it as a dried product....
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Cilantro is one of the easiest herbs to grow at home. For a couple bucks for a plant you will have a great supply of the product.

All you need is one package of seed.
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ichibansan wrote: Cilantro is one of the easiest herbs to grow at home. For a couple bucks for a plant you will have a great supply of the product.

All you need is one package of seed.
I bought a potted plant from Loblaws for $4 and promptly killed it when I brought it home. I'll try with seeds next year.
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ichibansan wrote: Cilantro is one of the easiest herbs to grow at home. For a couple bucks for a plant you will have a great supply of the product.

All you need is one package of seed.
You greatly overestimate my ability to keep plants alive
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I'll stick with liquid dish soap for convenience when ruining meals.
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SkiLLz wrote: I bought a potted plant from Loblaws for $4 and promptly killed it when I brought it home. I'll try with seeds next year.
Just plant them in a reasonably sized pot and put it outside in the spring. Grows like a weed. And at the end of the season let it go to seed and you have a huge stash of seeds for future use.
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ichibansan wrote: Cilantro is one of the easiest herbs to grow at home. For a couple bucks for a plant you will have a great supply of the product.

All you need is one package of seed.
However, if you're South Asian, you'll need a small forest to have enough on hand.

On another note, has anyone used the dried version? I wonder how the flavor differs.
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SkiLLz wrote: How does dried cilantro compare with fresh? I've never even heard of it as a dried product....
I'm curious too.. Maybe I'll go find a small pack before I'm invested into it.
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SkiLLz wrote: How does dried cilantro compare with fresh? I've never even heard of it as a dried product....
Dried cilantro is useless, its basically decoration, like basil.
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$64 for a kg of dried herb........ This is more than a solid piece of steak.

Puff puff pass.
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boyoflondon wrote: $64 for a kg of dried herb........ This is more than a solid piece of steak.

Puff puff pass.
How much for a kg of dried steak?
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seagull1987 wrote: You greatly overestimate my ability to keep plants alive
True story I managed to kill a cactus plant
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SkiLLz wrote: How does dried cilantro compare with fresh? I've never even heard of it as a dried product....
It's usually called coriander when sold dried


fresh cilantro is cheap and widely available year round, so there's no need to buy inferior dried, that's why you don't see it on grocery store shelves
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Kfox wrote: It's usually called coriander when sold dried
No. Coriander are seeds of cilantro. These are leaves.
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I've bought this because I'm the only one in the house that enjoys cilantro and could rarely use the fresh stuff. I have to say, I was very disappointed. Like it was said earlier, this is like a garnish. Honestly, dried basil at least still has hints of basil flavour in it but not this.
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