- Jun 26, 2021
- Reaction score
- Schleiden, Germany USDA 8a
Oh, cilantro is the only herb that I have difficulty to eat, even homegrown ones. It's interesting that in Taiwan, either you dislike cilantro or scallion - it's a funny way to 'categorize' how people prefer the toppings on their (street) food.Nothing from the garden, I really should have cilantro in the greenhouse and learn how long it can survive without any heat in there. I bet it could perform well.
Anyway, lunch was chopped, store-bought cilantro sprinked on some chucked-up tofu that had been boiled just a couple of minute. I went for teriyaki sauce for seasoning and put the chunks on rice. That was it. I bet millions of people ate these foods today while millions can't even imagine doing so .
I had quite a lot of housework – forced on me by snow that changed to drizzling rain and @Branching Out 's requirements for today's weather.
Well, difficult but not impossible, I can eat that better when I chopped and used them together with chili and garlic