How to regrow cilantro from scraps

How to regrow cilantro from scraps

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This plant is grown for both its distinctively flavoured, delicate leaves and its aromatic, lemony-tasting seeds; their flavours are pretty different. Cilantro leaves (and the roots, which are more intensely flavoured) are highly popular in Chinese and Thai dishes as well as in Indian cooking, which also often uses coriander seeds, either ground or whole. This herb is also very healthy: it's rich in vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, and magnesium. Its medicinal properties are good for discomfort in the stomach and colon as well as for infections. Steps to regrow cilantro Find a good locationPrepare your cilantro plantPlant your cilantroHarvesting and use Find a good spot to regrow your cilantro The cilantro cuttings will be placed in water for two to three days. The water should be changed every…
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