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How to dry your own herbs from fresh garden herbs
Mint Peppermint, Dry Herbs, Drying Fresh Basil, Dry Mint, Dry Fresh, Balm Herbs, Dry Basil, Lemon Balm, Canning Preserves
DRYING HERBS: Sage, thyme, summer savory, dill, bay leaves, oregano, rosemary and marjoram are sturdy, low-moisture herbs that are best suited for air-drying. Basil, tarragon, lemon balm and the mints have a high moisture content and will mold if not dried quickly. So the oven, dehumidifier or dehydrator methods work better Chives are best frozen.
How to dry basil, mint (peppermint, spearmint, etc.), tarragon or lemon balm herbs
Drying fresh herbs from your garden.
How to Freeze Herbs
Kitchens, Households Hints, Helpful Hints, Freezers Cooking, Freeze Herbs, Blog Feeding, Freeze Food, How To, Things Yummy
How to Freeze Herbs from The World in My Kitchen
The World in My Kitchen: How to Freeze Greens (Spinach, Kale, Chard, Collards, etc.)
Csa, Canning, Food, Collard, Chard, Green Spinach, Other, How To, Freeze Green
How To Freeze Greens (Spinach, Kale, Chard, Collards, Etc.): How to freeze those overabundant greens from your CSA or farmer's market! (Spinach, Kale, Chard, Col...[read more at Food Frenzy]
A great way to re-use this coffee creamer bottle. Store sugar, dry beans, snacks, the fillers are endless. Great spout for pouring or easy twist off top.