You either love it or hate it - cilantro. Most of the time we all enjoy cilantro fresh and a familiar with it in Tex-Mex foods. Dried, its flavor is much milder. It is good to use in your sauces, pico, salads and dressings. We enjoy the cilantro alot in the summer time but this lovely little plant does not grow in hot climates. It loves the cooler weathers we have here in Texas in Spring and Fall.
Enjoying cilantro in your culinary dishes may also provide good things for your health. It has been noted that it has many benefits that aid in digestion, heart health, infections and blood sugar levels.
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please be advised:
you should always consult with your doctor
before making any changes to your diet!!