Cilantro (also called coriander) is commonly used in many cuisines across the world. Different populations, however, often have sharply contrasting perceptions of its taste.

Genetic data from Europeans tells us that differences in our smell receptors could explain why people have sharply divisive responses to the taste of the herb cilantro.

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