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Coriander, Yay or Nay

What do you think of Coriander?

  • I love it

    Votes: 2 40.0%
  • I hate it

    Votes: 1 20.0%
  • I’m neutral about it

    Votes: 2 40.0%

  • Total voters
    5

Resign

Well-Known Member
Orange Room Supporter
So apparently for genetic reasons
Humans either Love or Hate coriander
Let’s run this exercise here.

do you love or hate coriander?

personally i have a weakness towards it
I love it, its taste, its smell its look
I consider myself addicted to it even till the point that i eat it raw

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Isabella

The queen of "Bazella"
Orange Room Supporter
I love it when cooked, hate it when raw, I think it tastes like feet

I answered neutral since I both love it and hate it
 

Isabella

The queen of "Bazella"
Orange Room Supporter
Just the look of a dish with a splash of coriander makes feel hungry

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This would be my worst nightmare! When in an Asian place I always specify that I don't want coriander touching my food! But give me frog legs cooked with garlic and coriander and I can eat it every day of the week 😅
 

The Bidenator

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
I know what kozbara is (wtf is kizbra?).

Also, it's cilantro not coriander.

And cilantro makes any kind of food better. Love it with stews. I don't cook or eat yakhnit batata without it.
 

Resign

Well-Known Member
Orange Room Supporter
I know what kozbara is (wtf is kizbra?).

Also, it's cilantro not coriander.

And cilantro makes any kind of food better. Love it with stews. I don't cook or eat yakhnit batata without it.

We pronounce it kizbra 😀😀
But I know it as Coriander in english
Cilantro sounds italian or something
 

The Bidenator

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
We pronounce it kizbra 😀😀
But I know it as Coriander in english
Cilantro sounds italian or something

Actually I'm not sure if cilantro is Spanish, but the plant is referred to as cilantro in the US so if you come here and try to go buy coriander chances are you're gunna get a weird look.
 

Orangina

Legendary Member
So apparently for genetic reasons
Humans either Love or Hate coriander
Let’s run this exercise here.

do you love or hate coriander?

personally i have a weakness towards it
I love it, its taste, its smell its look
I consider myself addicted to it even till the point that i eat it raw

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Boredom is hitting too hard
 
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