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Long Coriander is sometimes called ‘Saw Tooth Coriander’ or ‘Culantro’ (not Cilantro). It’s native to Central America and the Caribbean, hence why Thais call it ‘foreigner coriander’. It’s mainly used to flavor soups. If you cannot find Long Coriander, regular coriander/cilantro leaves can be used, but the flavor is different.
Storage: Store long coriander in a glass filled with water inside the fridge. If stored this way, it should last 2 weeks or so. If it comes with a rubber band or twist tie around it, remove that first for longer shelf life.