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Organic Cilantro Leaves

Original price $91.38
Original price $18.30 - Original price $457.12
Original price $91.38
Current price $82.24
$18.30 - $365.69
Current price $82.24
2.267kg | $36.28 / kg
| $16.46 / lb
Availability:
Out of stock
Availability:
Special Order To ensure an exceptional price and freshness, we keep our standing inventory to a minimum. Please note that there can be up to a 3-week lead time.
Availability:
Special Order To ensure an exceptional price and freshness, we keep our standing inventory to a minimum. Please note that there can be up to a 3-week lead time.
Specifications (Tap to open):

Category:

  • Herbs, Spices & Seasoning Blends

Shelf Life:

  • 2 Years

Country of Origin:

  • China
  • Egypt
  • Israel
  • USA
Certified COR Certified NOP Naturally Gluten Free Kosher Vegan

Our organic cilantro is a versatile herb that is essential in many Mexican, Middle Eastern, Indian, and Asian recipes. Cilantro comes from the leaves of the coriander plant "Coriandrum sativum". This plant is a member of the parsley family, and the herb is also known as Chinese parsley and Mexican parsley.

Dried cilantro leaves bring a light lemony and peppery aroma. Use double the amount of dried cilantro to replace fresh. Dried cilantro is best used as a background flavor in saucy dishes likes butter chicken, beans, soups, or marinades.

 

Did you know?

  • Cilantro has a soap-like taste to a certain percentage of the population (4% to 14%). Within the leaves is a natural aldehyde chemical, the same chemical produced during soap-making and from some insects. Not everyone can detect these chemicals in the taste, but those that have a variation in a group of olfactory-receptor genes can.

 

What do Coriander and Cilantro mean in different countries?

  • While the UK and other European nations refer to both the spice and leafy herb as coriander, in Canada & the US the word cilantro is used for the herb. In India, the herb is referred to as "dhania" to distinguish the leaves from the coriander seeds.
  • Although coriander and cilantro refer to different parts of the plant in Canada and the US, in Europe and other international locales there aren’t different names for the various aspects of the coriander plant.

General Storage Tips:

• Nothing beats vacuum sealing for freshness.
• Store below 15°C and < 65% humidity.
• Store in the dark as light degrades flavors.
• Mason jars make great storage containers.
• Can be frozen to prolong shelf life.