Freezing cilantro

Learn how to freeze cilantro to keep it fresh for longer and discover delicious recipes to use this flavorful herb in. Start enjoying the benefits of fresh cilantro all year round.
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Whether it’s the ongoing debate that a dislike of cilantro is determined by genetics or the recent stir caused by cilantro imported from Mexico, cilantro certainly seems to be a hot topic right now. While some crave its fresh, spicy flavor, others find it utterly unappealing. For me, I can’t get enough of it. Not only can it be tricky to grow, but it also proves challenging to preserve.

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Michelle 🌱 GardensandChickens🐓 Gardener | plant nerd on Instagram: "I know cilantro is not everyone’s cup of tea… BUT…  My family uses a LOT of cilantro as my kids reliable eat a cilantro/rice/meat one pot dish.. and when my kids eat something without whining.. it makes it into the weekly rotation 🤣  THIS is peak cilantro harvesting season here in Atlanta. I harvest, chop, and freeze cilantro every 2 weeks to store for future dinners. Once the soil temperature gets above 75F, cilantro will start flowering and trying to die. So I’ve had the BEST success starting cilantro in the summer (indoors), planting out in the fall, and growing through spring to maximize the cilantro harvesting season.   #veggiegarden #herbgarden #gardening #backyardgarden #gardentips #garden101 #atlantagarden #zone Instagram, Cilantro Growing, Grow Cilantro Indoors, Cilantro Plant, Growing Cilantro, Growing Cilantro Outdoors, How To Harvest Cilantro, How To Grow Cilantro, Drying Cilantro

Michelle 🌱 GardensandChickens🐓 Gardener | plant nerd on Instagram: "I know cilantro is not everyone’s cup of tea… BUT… My family uses a LOT of cilantro as my kids reliable eat a cilantro/rice/meat one pot dish.. and when my kids eat something without whining.. it makes it into the weekly rotation 🤣 THIS is peak cilantro harvesting season here in Atlanta. I harvest, chop, and freeze cilantro every 2 weeks to store for future dinners. Once the soil temperature gets above 75F, cilantro…

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