So you bought a delightful bundle of fresh, earthy cilantro for tacos, rice, beans, tortas, and more... threw it in your fridge and woke up to a brown and wilted, and frankly, sad looking bunch of leaves. It’s safe to say you woke up sad, too.
We’ve got the trick for keeping that fresh bundle around for much longer than you could imagine. Watch the video here to learn how to make cilantro last a lifetime.
Want more? Check out Evette's latest video on How to Keep Veggies Crisper Longer.
Evette Ríos is a Puerto Rican-born television host, lifestyle expert, cook, writer, and Director of Development at Latina Media Ventures. A former field correspondent on ABC’s The Chew and design contributor on Rachael Ray, Evette now hosts CBS’ Recipe Rehab, wherein she and other celebrity chefs provide healthy alternatives to popular dishes. Her Puerto Rican roots, love of travel, and fond memories of home-cooked meals with her family inspire her culinary interests. She lives in New York with her husband, Stephen, and their dog, cats and pet dove.