ANYTHING they dare put it in. I'm alirgic, so nothing worse then having a favorate food spoiled by this hated, vile weed.
Do people in your family hate cilantro, too? Who?
My sister is also alirgic, but the rest of the family dosn't care one way or the otehr about it. No one loves it, but no one hates it to the level I do.
If cilantro were a historical malevolent dictator, who would it be? Why?
Hopeful one who is small and weak and easy to crush beneath my boot heel.
My cilantro story, first experience, recent anecdote, rant, etc...
When I was younger, my alorgy to cilantro was mild, so eatting it as a kid, it didn't taste good, but it wasn't too bad. And back then, it was pretty easy to avoid.
Now my alorgy is sever, even useing the same cuttingboard as someone who's just cut fresh cilantro can be dangrous for me, and if I actualy eat it, I can stop breathing. And now, more then ever, it is EVERYWHERE. People put it on foods from around the world, foods that have never before in history been made with the stuff! And to top off this vile topping, home cooks have been known to mistake it for flat leaf parsley and told me a dish was safe to eat.
Hidious, discusting, soap-flavored death. And it is EVERYWHERE. How, oh HOW, did such a pointless weed become such a popular flavor and garnish??
More about me:
Other then my epic hate for cilantro, I'm not actualy a hateful person otherwise. I read, I write, I work on my art, and talk to my friends, and live my life as normaly as I can pretend to.
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