Can you feed rabbits culantro?

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Lilsakli

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There is no misspelling to that.
Culantro or Eryngium foetidum.

My husband went to an Asian market to grocery shop. I gave him a list of things to buy. He bought culantro instead of cilantro. We typically eat culantro in viet pho dishes. It’s a strong herb that cannot be eaten alone.

My brown lop rabbit Willow is an enthusiastic eater, and I’m sure she will eat culantro if I feed it to her. My boy on the other hand is very picky. I don’t want this herb to go to waste and am wondering if any of you guys know if it’s safe to feed rabbits culantro and in what quantity?

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I thought cilantro and culantro were the same herb? I may be wrong though. I know in some countries they call it cilantro and others culantro but i thought it was the same thing. Now I’m curious as well!
 

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I looked it up on google and it said another name for culantro is serrated coriander. I think culantro and cilantro may be part of the same type of family
 

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