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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Archie Moses, Mar 17, 2018.
I still don’t understand that. Is that a command on the keyboard?
I did it!
I told it to "remember this is a game" while I'm on jazzfanz. I think that's going to help.
Are you a Mac person or something? Or do you legit not know what the Windows key is?
Apparently, they're making BP 2.
AM is from this 1996 movie. Lots of memories with this name/persona.
Straight to DVD now.
They Archie'd this movie.
Cilantro and coriander come from the same plant.
Hey, that's one that I already knew!
TIL about Roland the Farter.
Black pepper and white pepper are the same thing. It's just how it's dried.
Same bloody thing innit?
Not in the US.
Cilantro is leafy stuff. Coriander is seeds. At least when cooking in the U.S.
Apparently like 20% of people have different genes that causes them to taste cilantro like soap.
When I learned that, I wondered (but there's no evidence that I'm aware of) if people have the same thing for fennel (black licorice taste, hate that stuff) and horseradish (stuff tastes like nailpolish remover to me.. no hyperbole).
Yes, my sister showed me that on her DNA report just a month or so ago! But I don't have that same gene; cilantro tastes yummy to me.
Yeah, black licorice in particular seems to be a really love it or hate it flavor. Wouldn't surprise me.
No that's coriander powder. The leafy stuff is coriander, heathens.
How are seeds powder...oof.
Grind them... you know about grinding Ron we've all seen those burning man photos...
Us Americans call coriander by it's Spanish name cilantro.
The whole plant is called coriander aka cilantro. It's the same thing.
But the leafy part is used in Mexican food a lot so we call it cilantro because that's it's Spanish name. The seeds and crushed seeds we call coriander because that's what the spice is called.
Chinese use it a lot in their hot pots and other dishes.
So you call the seeds powder...?
Never cooked withs seeds but its all still coriander