Sunday Punday

His name was Cory Ander and he really liked Cilantro.

English separates the herb Cilantro and its seeds – Coriander – with separate words. The German word for both the seeds and the fresh herb is “Koriander”. To distinguish between the two, the herb is sometimes called “Fresh Coriander” – but it is not a very common herb anyway.

Personally, I’m one of the ~20% of the population who passionately dislike Cilantro because “it tastes like soap”. I always joke that to describe it more accurately, it tastes what the freshener “stones” in urinals smell like and then people of course ask me whether I tried them… no, I didn’t! 😛

Thoughts? Let me hear them.

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