Scientific name : Coriandrum sativum
Other names: Česky: Koriandr setý , Deutsch: Koriander , Español: Coulantro , Eesti: Aedkoriander , Suomi: Korianteri , Français: Coriandre , Magyar: koriander , Italiano: Coriandolo , 日本語: コエンドロ、コリアンダー , Lietuviškai: Blakinė kalendra , Latviešu: Sējas koriandrs , Nederlands: Koriander, Ketoembar, Coander, Wantsenkruid , Norsk (nynorsk): Koriander , Norsk: Koriander, Arabisk Persille, Kinesisk Persille, Havekoriander, Krydderkoriander, Indisk Persille , Polski: Kolendra Siewna , Português: Coentro , Русский: Кориандр посевной , Svenska: Koriander , Türkçe: Kişniş

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Coriander’s aroma is similar to many of its other relatives from the Mediterranean region. The herb has been cultivated north of the Alps since the early Middle Ages, but the fruit rarely ripens fully. Purchasable coriander generally comes from North ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


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