Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil to preserve them through the seasons.

Preserve your herbs by making flavorful herb salts. Herb salts make perfect gifts from the garden.

Freeze & Preserve Fresh Herbs in Olive Oil

This lady is a genius!!!! WOW! 4 hours, 46 meals, 95 dollars. Another pinner said, "I started doing this earlier this year and cannot believe how much stress it has eliminated and how much better we are eating while saving money."

Flavored Butters -- just mix soft butter with herbs, fruits, whatever and go "yum"

Cheese, Olive and Buttermilk Herb Bread - just mix and bake - no rising or kneading. The smell from the oven while the loaf is being baked may drive you to stand in front of the oven waiting for the timer to ring.

Preserving Cilantro...I buy it and throw half away because it goes bad.

How to store onions, garlic, & shallots. This easy method keeps them fresh for months! from @Monica Forghani Forghani Forghani Forghani Forghani @ The Yummy Life

olive oil, garlic, chives, and romano cheese mashed cauliflower

How to make Garlic Herb Butter. Learn the picture step-by-step, so easy to make and you can make so many dishes from it | rasamalaysia.com | #garlic #butter

The Best Way to Keep Lemons Fresh for a Whole Month — Tips from The Kitchn

Fresh Herb Italian Dressing - Using fresh herbs from your garden is a great way to make your own Italian dressing!

Didn't have a chance to use all of your fresh herbs? Freeze them in ice-cube trays with water to use later.. prevents wastage and spoilage

Finally! I can preserve all that basil I have growing for enjoyment during winter time. I tried drying the leaves and it was gross.

How to Properly Freeze Fruits & Veggies. 11 Secrets! | Design Mom

Freezing buttermilk or heavy cream cubes for cooking. I never use a whole carton nor do I have in stock when a recipe calls for a bit! Such a great idea!

How to Infuse Herbs in Oil, Water, Vinegar, Alcohol or Honey @ Common Sense Homesteading

Flavored Infused Olive Oil

That amazing ginger salad dressing they use at Hibachi restaurants... make it yourself! Combine in food processor: 2 carrots, peeled and chopped, 1 green onion, chopped, 2 tablespoon ginger, finely chopped, 2 tablespoons balsamic vinegar, 2 teaspoons sesame oil, 2 teaspoons soy sauce, 1 teaspoon sugar, 1 tablespoon olive oil