Collection: Bulk Cilantro / Coriander Seeds

What’s the difference between cilantro and coriander? It depends on where you live, but both come from the same plant and offer different flavor profiles. Cilantro usually refers to the stalks and leaves of the plant, which are higher in vitamins and are commonly used in Latin, Asian and Indian cuisine, while coriander usually refers to its dried seeds, which are higher in minerals and used to add a kick of spice to rice dishes, curries, meat rubs, soups and stews. Despite its ability to add some spice to a dish, cilantro-coriander prefers cooler weather and grows best in spring or fall under partial shade. With two different herbs in one, these seeds are a must for any herb garden.

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