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How to Store Cilantro & Coriander Leaves.?

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1. Place the cilantro stems in a container of water, such as a glass jar, just as you would fresh flowers. 2. Cover the container opening loosely with a plastic bag. 3. Place the container in the refrigerator. 4. Replace the water every two days to
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