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Coriander Whole (75gms)

Coriander Whole (75gms)

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35.00

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In the Bible, coriander is compared with Manna. The Chinese associated it with immortality, valued it for its medicinal and reputed aphrodisiacal quality as well as due to its distinct flavor it has been used in Chinese cooking for hundreds of years.

WEIGHT: 75 gm

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