>Coriander is the dried seed pods & seeds of the coriander plant. Cilantro
>immature foliage of same plant.
Not in Australia, it isn't. Coriander is used to describe the whole plant
and its products, and cilantro isn't used at all except by those familiar
with US cookbooks.
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