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    Coriandar

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    Do you call this 'coriandar' or 'coriandar leaves'?

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    Re: Coriandar

    That plant's seeds are coriander seeds. The leaves and stems are called cilantro in AmE.
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    Re: Coriandar

    In BrE, the leaves are called coriander and the seeds are coriander seeds. We would buy "a bunch of coriander" if we wanted the whole cut plant. The seeds are sold separately, either loose or in a glass jar or refill pack.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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