An adjective used to describe individuals who enjoy the taste of cilantro. Non-cilantrotypical people taste soap (or some other unpleasant taste) instead of the normal cilantro flavor. Being cilantrotypical is a type of gastronomical privilege. Cilantrotypical people do not understand why 10% of the population does not like cilantro.
Cilantrotypical people do not understand why 10% of the population does not enjoy bucket loads of cilantro in their Asian soups and burritos.
by prollygon September 06, 2015
Adjective. Like neurotypical, but with cilantro. Cilantrotypical means that the person in question tastes cilantro as "fresh" instead of soap-like. Cilantrotypical people have a hard time imagining how anyone could dislike cilantro.
Being cilantrotypical is a form of gastronomical privilege. A small percentage of the population is genetically predisposed to taste cilantro differently, and it tastes awful for us.
by prollygon September 09, 2015
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