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- Why is cilantro good for you? Coriander is a fragrant, antioxidant-rich herb that has many culinary uses and health benefits. It may help lower your blood sugar, fight infections, and promote heart, brain, skin, and digestive health. You can easily add coriander seeds or leaves — sometimes known as cilantro — to your diet.
- How do I know if cilantro has gone bad? How to tell if cilantro is bad or spoiled? Cilantro that is spoiling will typically become soft and discolored; discard any cilantro that has an off smell or appearance.
- Do you include stems when chopping cilantro? The stems of cilantro have a stronger flavor than the leaves. You can cut off the bottom stems if you only want the leaves.
- Why is my cilantro gritty? Fresh cilantro is often very sandy, so before using it, it's best to give the leaves a good rinsing. To wash cilantro, hold the bunch by the stems and agitate the leaves in a large bowl of cold water. Change the water once or twice, or until it is free of grit.
- How do you prepare and chop cilantro? Place cilantro bunch on cutting board. Grab a handful of freshly washed cilantro and pinch the stems together like you would a bouquet of flowers. Slice off long stems. Chop cilantro. Stop when you reach desired consistency.
- "How do you clean fresh cilantro?" Submerge the cilantro in water. Place the cilantro in a large bowl and fill the bowl of cold water until the cilantro is fully submerged in the water. Hand wash the cilantro. Place the stems in a colander. Replace the water in the bowl. Let the cilantro air dry.