Tip of the Day: Drying Herbs

While they are abundant in your garden, don’t forget to pick and dry some for those winter months when the garden isn’t quite so green. Drying herbs is quite simple.

Start with just picked herbs. Rinse, then dry thoroughly (I like to put them through the salad spinner).

Using kitchen twine, tie the stems together then hang in a cool, dry place. Once dry, store the herbs in an air-tight container for up to six months.

Photo from Straight From the Farm

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7 responses to “Tip of the Day: Drying Herbs

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  2. Wow- looks like you have quite the production line going there!🙂 Love the Pic!

  3. Hey, thanks for the tip. I have oregano and basil growing all over the place. This will work just great for my oregano!

  4. Wonderful. Now to go massacre my sage….

  5. maleesha

    Thanks for the tip. I have a ton of basil and dill to dry…

  6. jd

    This is super-cool!

    I love the idea of DIY dried herbs🙂

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