@ Chris, I find quinoa widely available at grocery stores. Though usually in small boxes (1 lb) in one or two varieties so you have to check carefully. It is usually in "healthy foods" sections, though sometimes in with flours and other grains.
For recipes I think quinoa can substitute into any couscous recipe.View Thread
I have cilantro in a patio pot. It reseeds itself and comes back every year. It starts growing earlier than most plants and is ready to harvest at the beginning of June. (I'm in New England so earlier for most of the country.) By the end of June as temperatures go up, it bolts and becomes less robust. Later in July it will be pretty yellow. Cilantro likes cooler weather.View Thread
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