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A Story by Timbo

I am a 6'2" mild mannered man by nature. I love most things food and entertainment. I even have two little Shih Tzu puppies that I love and adore. Thats how nice I am. But man you get me near...



A Story by A

Like all of you, I hate cilantro. If I go to certain restaurants, say Indian, I know I can expect it in dishes, and can adjust accordingly. However, when I go to an American-style restaurant, I donít ...



A Story by Jacinta

i think all of you are great. i don't understand people who love cilantro. i don't know if those who love cilantro and those who understand how foul it is should ever date. it's one of those fundam...



A Story by Marjorie Christie

This noxious herb is now so common in British supermarkets as to oust decent, fragrant herbs like sage, basil and parsley off the shelves in some cases. These stores like to dictate what we eat and ...



A Story by Michelle

The first time I was subjected to cilantro was in a Vietnamese restaurant. I almost puked. How could anyone put something so vile into food? Since then, I have struggled to keep my food cilantro free....



A Story by ThisIsBadStuff

What a relief to find a group of like-minded, right thinking people in this world. I am ALLERGIC to cilantro. By "Allergic", I don't imply an aversion or intense hate on religious or moral g...



A Story by Melissa

Cilantro = Nasty

I too, have been traumatized by the vileness of cilantro. It is the most heinous tasting thing EVER.

Ever since I tasted it in California as a 14 year old, I have ha...



A Story by Kristina

I was 21 and teaching English at a teachers' college in China when I first encountered this unexplainably foul taste. Now, before I even departed for this country on the other side of the world, I'd d...



A Story by Jessie.rae.

my boyfriend got me into trying lots of new foods... it was great since i had pretty limited/picky food preferences.
i kept coming across this taste though... i couldn't pick out what it was, an...



A Story by Nicebroom

My last encounter with cilantro, I think I might have dislocated my jaw trying to open it wide enough to get it out of my mouth. I may have done permanent damage. My dining partner laughed so hard, ...



A Story by Agnetha

Well, we ordered a barbequed chicken pizza (they can be dodgy, but the good ones are unbelievable) from a rather expensive local pizza parlour.
It had cilantro in it.
Not only cilantro, but g...



A Story by Mark

I'd only rarely come across c****** a few times in my youth growing up in the East Coast; I'd recognize the taste, but couldn't identify it. And of course, no one else knew what I was talking about. I...



A Story by Deborah Shadovitz

While travelling around this amazing world, I sat down to a great looking meal on a calm beach under a thatched rooflet in Thailand. Took a bite and wow, needed to get that horrid taste out of my mout...



A Story by Beth

I really need to get something off of my chest regarding cilantro. I have been angry about this for so long, that I feel relief to have finally found a forum with some sympathetic ears: Why do Cali-M...



A Story by John

Oh, disgusting, vile plague that assaults the palette like essence from a mountain of sweaty rotten gym socks soaked in floor wax, how I abhor you!

Cilantro, coriander, chinese parsely, you h...



A Story by Rebecca

I was at a vietnamese restaurant. I ordered Pho (a noodle soup). Previously, I had had a nightmarish experience with cilantro IN my soup!! Can you imagine?
This time, I specifically asked the wait...



A Story by Maddy

I am absolutely overjoyed to find this site. I honestly thought...I was the only person in the world who hated it. I'm not sure if it's a genetic problem, however. My mother and father (my grand-mere ...



A Story by Paul

I moved from Carlsbad, NM to Sandy, OR and expected the same culinary delights as those found in the southwest. You know, Hatch chilies and spicy red enchiladas and the tongue-cooling, palate pleasin...



A Story by Ronster666

I cannot remember where it was that I first injested the evil herb (probably blocked it from my memory as a autonomic defense mechanism), but I do remember the reaction from my body. Belching for two...



A Story by Jim

I was working as a courtesy clerk at an upscale grocery store in Stanford Shopping Center, Palo Alto,CA circa 1977.
A customer who's groceries I was bagging told the clerk that they had forgotten ...



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