Latin Name: Porophyllum tagetoides
Description: Native Mexican culinary herb -- used by Indigenous cultures since the Pre-Colombian era in Mesoamerica
Tasting Notes: Tastes like a strong Cilantro; Coriander-like smell
Usage: Used frequently in Mexican cooking (i.e. Green salsas; Corn; Squash); The smaller cuttings like these are very popular in Bolivian cuisine
Storage Instructions: Best if used with 7 days of procuring.