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at first i didn't like it, by the second year i accepted it was part of some foods people made. by the end i would not really care if it was there. now though i love it, i just wish it would grow better in my north facing window.
Are worse than the nazis.
Worst thing about coriander: the smell of the water left in the bottom of the mug after a day or two.
it smelt like coriander. Now I do not like coriander because it tastes like what the fish tank smelt of.
To me, it tastes like heaven.
Some love it, some despise it. Even some really top chefs can't stand it. It has a nice, herby flavour. Nothing more, nothing less. It is OK. Like parsley. It is a lot less offensive than garlic or chillis for sure.
To me it has an overpowering taste and completely ruins any dish it is used on. It smells a lot like grass that has just been cut and I imagine they have the same taste.
and you can take that to the bank.
I do love mint. I like a fresh mint tea.
love adding it fresh at the end of curries or using in salsa's, mmmm yeah
Elbowing any other flavour out of the way to hog all the attention.