We Grow Cilantro
Sold in 1.5 oz bunches.
Cilantro is a staple in our summer kitchen. It seems to go into everything: salsa, relish, cucumber salad, stir fry, curry, slaw, and more. Cilantro is a tender herb with a fragrant, citrusy flavor. These are best to add either raw or near the end of the cooking process. Its seeds are known as coriander and its leaves are known as cilantro. Cilantro resembles flat parsley in its appearance and is sometimes called Chinese parsley. Many people enjoy its refreshing taste and aroma, but others can’t stand it. If you are serving guests who are not into cilantro, we suggest substituting flatleaf parsley.