Real Foods Organic Fresh Coriander 50g

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About Organic Fresh Coriander

Also known as Cilantro, coriander is widely used in Asian and Latin American dishes and is one of the most popular herbs in the world. Fresh tender bunches of coriander are very different in taste from coriander seeds. Both are reminiscent of citrus, but the pungent green herb is light and lemony while the seeds have a deeper, warmer flavour rather like orange peel. Traditionally coriander is used to treat migraines and indigestion to help purify the blood and to relieve nausea, pain in joints and rheumatism. Researchers found that coriander can assist with clearing the body of lead, aluminium and mercury. Coriander is best added to dishes just before serving as heat can reduce its potency. Great with chilli, carrot, basil, mint, avocado, coconut, couscous, garlic, ginger and soy sauce.

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Always lovely and fresh I enjoy adding corriander to my juice some mornings for an extra kick in the flavour.

By Callum Abbott on 15/04/2015

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