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    I can't pick a favourite... Can I just name and shame my least faves? Haha

    Can't do Mint, Corriander or Lemongrass. (but I love thai and vietnamese cuisine...?) Love everything else and my favourite varies depending on what I'm cooking. But Garlic is like a staple for my cooking. I don't remember any savoury dish that I don't put it in.

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    Garlic. I love it and we use it alot.

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    Funny I hear a lot of people don't like coriander, it's one of my faves. And thai basil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    Funny I hear a lot of people don't like coriander, it's one of my faves. And thai basil.
    I think it's one of those love it or hate it things. Everyone I know is very passionate one way or the other. My mum and I are intolerant to it I think. If I eat it, I usually get an upset stomach.

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    Coriander. Yum yum yum. Also add it fresh to salads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    I think it's one of those love it or hate it things. Everyone I know is very passionate one way or the other. My mum and I are intolerant to it I think. If I eat it, I usually get an upset stomach.
    It sounds like it is a love or hate thing. Some people say it tastes like weeds.

    1. Why are they eating weeds? and;
    2. They must be some pretty yummy weeds!!!

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    I LOVE the taste of Dill.. but I have never cooked with it. In Fact I found it to be the thing that most often brought on a gall stone attack. I have had my Gall bladder out for 7 months now so I should probably try coking with it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    It sounds like it is a love or hate thing. Some people say it tastes like weeds.

    1. Why are they eating weeds? and;
    2. They must be some pretty yummy weeds!!!
    To me, it tastes like what kettle cleaner smells like!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow road View Post
    To me, it tastes like what kettle cleaner smells like!
    Lol! I neee to get some kettle cleaner

    Interesting so many people with an intolerance to herbs...I feel awful after I eat tomatoes and garlic which makes me cry because I love Italian food.


 

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