Why do some love cilantro and some hate it? It may surprise you to learn that people who dislike cilantro tend to have a gene that detects the aldehyde part of cilantro as a soapy smell and taste, But whether you love it or hate it, cilantro has many health benefits.
This soup will wow you with flavor and hearty goodness. It offers a blend of onions, leeks and garlic with crushed tomatoes, thyme, black pepper, cumin and a surprising ingredient: hot sauce.
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Using low-fat coconut milk makes this curry a healthier pick, without sacrificing taste.
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Seasoned with thyme and rosemary, this low fat soup is the perfect lunch or dinner option.
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Loaded with flavor and fresh ingredients, these skewers are sure to be a summer staple!
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