January 08, 2015
I was on board a small ship in the Galapagos. Fish was served daily, and I wondered what the strange taste was. About the third day, I couldn't stomach it at all! It was Cilantro. I've avoided it ever since. It's horrible and ruins every dish it's in. The stem of Cilantro is very good and is used in a lot of Indian cooking, but the leaf, to many, is intolerable. I'm Cilantro-intolerant! My question is, why can't it be left out of dishes in restaurants, provided only on the side to those who request it? Wouldn't that be a simple solution?
NO, I'M NOT A ROBOT, BUT MY SPELL CHECK MAKES ME OUT TO BE ONE!