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Porophyllum tagetoides (Kunth) DC.
Porophyllum linaria (pipicha, pepicha, chepiche) is a sunny short-lived perennial plant used in Mexican cooking, where it is often used to flavor meat dishes. It has a strong taste akin to fresh cilantro with overtones of lemon and anise.
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