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Cooking with rau ram (Vietnamese coriander)
Photo by Annabelle Breakey

Cooking with rau ram (Vietnamese coriander)

Think of cilantro on steroids—or the flavor of cilantro that has bolted—and you've got the idea of rau ram. Southeast Asian cooks often serve big sprigs of it along with regular cilantro and basil as a fresh accent for lettuce wraps, noodle dishes, soups, and egg dishes.

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