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  • Cathy

    Freeze herbs in ice cube trays. Photo: Organic Gardening

  • Anna Stejkozová

    Good idea... Preservation Guide: How to Freeze Herbs: Organic Gardening

  • Jennifer Jurkus

    How to freeze herbs -- I have done this and it is wonderful. I never use all my fresh herbs when I buy a specific one for a recipe so I chop them, put them in ice cube trays with a tiny bit of water and freeze them. So easy and saves time later!

  • Sarah Heddinger

    Have more herbs then you can use? Freeze them in ice cube trays to have on hand for homemade soups, sauces or smoothies!

  • Tiffany Briley

    HOW TO FREEZE HERBS: Drop 1-2 tsp. of herbs into each cube of an ice tray, fill with water or chicken broth, place tray in freezer for 24 hrs, pop them out & save in Ziplock freezer bags.----------------------------------------------------Becky's notes. Did this with Basil and Oregano from my mini-garden. Works great in casseroles!

  • Traci Eaton

    brilliant, blend your herbs with some water and put in ice cub trays, put in labeled ziploc bags in freezer til you need them

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