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A Story by Pedro

Born in Argentina, I moved to Mexico 8 years ago (job reasons) and since I LOVE shrimps, the first/second week I asked for a shrimp-cocktail at a local restaurant. BIG and disgusting surprise when I a...



A Story by Anatomyclassperiod1

this one time, i was eating a dish with cilantro (EW, right?) because my grandma was making me eat it and i wanted to throw up. then i sneezed. it landed on her face. now she never makes me eat cilant...



A Story by Mercy Reinholdt

I can't stand cilantro! I'm never eating anywhere that isn't McDonald's again!...



A Story by Emmaray Wallace

I was looking up the benefits of Cilantro and came across this site. My first thought was, this must be a joke.

Imagine if we eliminated all foods and spices that large groups of people did n...



A Story by Jacob

This one time i was eating some bom salsa but occasionally i would get a bite of cilantro and it totaly sucked. i wanted to spit it out but overall rest of salsa was amazing why cilantro why?...



A Story by Jim

Wow, I didnt realize cilantro was hated so severly by certain people. I actually eat a fresh bunch throughout the day and if I dont eat some for a while I get a crazy urge to eat it. I crave it mor...



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I am a builder and repairer of musical instruments, including drums. I'm also pretty open minded about food - I've tried most types of locally available (US) ethnic foods, and have eaten rattle snake,...



A Story by Coriander Hater

I am English, so we call it coriander over here, and I have always hated it. However, I have recently discovered that it doesn't have the same effect on me if it is a) chopped really finely and b) so...



A Story by Mary Ann

For years I thought I was alone in how cilantro tastes to me. For me, there is no good way to discribe it to those who taste it differently. I wish I liked it, or could even tolerate it. I love Mexica...



A Story by Alex

I have always hated cilantro. All my friends are aware of that. On Passover, the tradition is to dip parsley in salt water. In college, at our Hillel passover, I had about 2 or 3 glasses of wine be...



A Story by Giselle

I'm from latin America and back about 27 years ago I would occasionaly taste something wrong with some foods I would have at Pot lucks and parties with friends.

One day we had met a wonderfu...



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I first came across cilantro in university when I started dating a Taiwanese girl. Her mother had used it in something that she sent along with me to school. I recall my first bite vividly. It was vil...



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I would really like to know WHY it is so hard for waiters/waitresses/cooks to understand the request, "Can I have that without any cilantro garnish please?" Of course it's understandable tha...



A Story by EEGreenBunny

I have never liked cilantro. Heaven knows I tried to make peace with it. When I went vegetarian in the late '80s, I made a good faith effort to tolerate it. To no avail, however, did I ever acquire a ...



A Story by Cassie

I am so glad to have found others out there that share my intense hatred of cilantro. For years I have been suffering with the task of picking it off tacos, avoiding eating salsa with friends, and def...



A Story by Ethyl Lyons

Unlike the average cilantro hater, I don't care about the taste. I am actually allergic to it. People hide cilantro in everything! There are two mexican restaurants in town that I won't even walk into...



A Story by Mike

Thankfully, my mother never used cilantro in any dish prepared while I grew up, but shortly after leaving the nest I began my hatred for the most vile of earthly substances. I was probably in my late...



A Story by Karlus

I grew up cooking on a cast-iron pan (you need oil in the pan to cook with.) When I was 13, I went camping and someone cooked a fish and left the oil in the pan. I cooked some scrambled eggs in that f...



A Story by Artzau

I'm an Irisher from Northern Ireland and love Mexican, Korean, Ethiopian, Thai, Vietnamese and Sze huan food. If it's spicy and hot, I'll eat it. However, I'm also allergic to onions and destest cil...



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So happy I'm not the only one! I've always loved spicy foods and can go through a jar of salsa + bag of tortilla chips in about a week. Only problem is, I'm a college student with no car, the nearest ...



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