Coriander GroundCoriander was used in the past as aphrodisiacs, which means love means. The importance does not have coriander today. But it means a lot to the taste of the bread, soups, marinades, and herring.
Nutritional Information Per 100 g
- Energy (kJ)/(kcal): 1427 / 346
- Fat: 17,8 g
- of which saturated fat: 1,0 g
- Carbohydrate: 13,1 g
- of which sugar: 0,0 g
- Fibre: 41,9 g
- Protein: 12,4 g
- Salt: 0,09 g
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