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Monsoon recipes: Palak Pakodas & more

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by Rambabu on Jul 29, 2009 07:43 PM  | Hide replies

After all, what you are cooking and eating is an Indian dish. Then why to use such words like cilantro ? Is it any different from coriander ? No ? Then call it coriander. Or best, call it "Dhaniya leaves".

Is it a wish to sound grossly different from what majority people know and speak ? Or a case or self-induced psychological complex over what people converse and think in usual terms ?

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garima rawat
Re: Cilantro
by garima rawat on Jul 30, 2009 05:31 AM
Very wel said...
and fyn may be u do wanna use these words then plz specify in a bracket wat u mean in lay mans terms... cuz not everybody would be knowing shallots, cilantro, parsley....etc ...:)

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