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    Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil, toss in pan when needed. No need to ever waste fresh herbs again! So smart!

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    • Emily Funk

      Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil, toss in pan when needed. No need to ever waste fresh herbs again! This is a great idea! I've frozen herb ice cubes before, but the olive oil makes even more sense!

    • Nicole Boothby- Artist

      SERIOUS ICE CUBE BRILLIANCE... Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil, toss in pan when needed. No need to ever waste fresh herbs again! So smart!

    • Cathy Chauncey

      Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil, toss in pan when needed. No need to ever waste fresh herbs again! Or, just freeze them in water (ice cube trays)

    • Kristi Sams

      Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil, toss in pan when needed. No need to ever waste fresh herbs again! The herbs will infuse the oil while freezing, and the ice cubes are very handy for cooking: just pop one out and use as the base of a dish. Works best with rosemary, sage, thyme, and oregano. Dill, basil, and mint should always be used fresh.

    • Michele Caldwell

      Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil or water in an ice cube tray, toss in pan when needed. No need to ever waste fresh herbs again!

    • Heather Richter

      Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil (in an ice cube tray) then toss in pan when needed. No need to ever waste fresh herbs again! - did this today with leftover basil, rosemary and thyme. After they were solid, I removed them from the tray and put them in labeled freezer bags.

    • Renee Webster

      Genius! Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil, toss in pan when needed. No need to ever waste fresh herbs again! Seen this in ice cubes, olive oil is a great idea!

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