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Coriander with Cucumbers:
Coriander Seeds
White Vinegar

Toast the coriander seeds on a wok pan up until the point where you can smell it. Turn off heat.
Mash up some cucumbers and throw it in a cup with water, white vinegar, sugar and salt.
Grind up the toasted coriander seeds and it to the cucumber juice cup.

Pork Belly Coriander:
Pork Belly
Coriander (grounded)

Add oil, salt and your ground coriander to the pork belly.
Roast for 1 hour and turn heat down to about 250 degrees. Add it to a plate with scallions and some rice. Add cucumbers with some cucumber juice. Enjoy!

Chicken Thai Salad:
Cilantro Roots
2 Garlic Cloves
Coriander (grounded)
Fish Sauce

Mash up the cilantro roots with the garlic cloves. Add your grounded coriander and some fish sauce. Marinate it onto your chicken and let it sit for at least 30 mins.
Fry it up on a wok. Add some of the cucumber and cucumber juice onto the chicken. Chop up the chicken.
Add your chicken to some fresh lettuce. You can add scallions, onions, and any other greens you want. Enjoy!

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  1. Cilantro/Corriander, let me clear up the confusion. Not just in meaning, the two words etymologically come from the same word. Coriander is the English version of its traditional Greek name. The Spanish just butchered the hell out of the word. It along with cumin (also Greek), onions, garlic and citrus are not native to the Americas. The Ancient Greeks and Romans where crazy about coriander and cumin. Coriander in Greece predates the adoption of the Greek alphabet.

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