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A staple seasoning in ancient Rome, coriander - also known as cilantro and Mexican parsley - grows widely throughout the world. Its leaves lend their characteristic sharp flavor to cuisines ranging from Latin America to Southeast Asia and India, and its seeds are used in curries, pickling spice, BBQ dry rubs and in the rye breads of Germany, Scandinavia and Russia, most notably borodinski rye. 4 oz./114 g. poly bag.