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Old 10-18-2012, 12:34 AM   #50
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cumin is from the cilantro plant, and it is the powdered form. when I use coriander, I take the big seeds, put them in my pestle and just break them up. I could be all wet, frequently am
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Originally Posted by Bilbo1967 View Post
It may be an American thing that I'm not aware of, but cumin and coriander are different here in the UK.

Actually, cilantro and coriander are the same plant. Cumin is a different plant, entirely.

Here in the states, the leaves are usually referred to as cilantro and the dried seeds as coriander.

Wikipedia entry for Coriander
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