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Have you tried growing your own cilantro? It grows very easily in a Michigan garden (probably even in a pot if you live in an apartment). I've found that the period it remains cilantro (before going to seed as coriander) isn't terribly long, so you may want to stagger plantings for a longer season. I totally agree with your point though--fresh herbs cost enough--why reduce their freshness and shelf life?

I've grown it before, and, as you've mentioned, cilantro bolts very quickly. Not worth the trouble, in my opinion.

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