How to Dry Herbs in the Microwave
A quick and easy way to dry herbs in the microwave! Use this method to preserve garden herbs or leftover fresh herbs you pick up for a recipe.
TOP 10 Inventive Ways to Preserve Herbs - Top Inspired
Now with the end of August sadly summer is nearly over and fall is on its way. It means that garden is also coming to an end. Do you have a lot of fresh
How to Dry Mint
DIRECTIONS on How to Dry Mint Leaves for Tea! These DIY How to Make Mint Tea instructions shows how easy it is to dry your mint plant!
How to Dehydrate Green Onions / Scallions - Mom with a PREP
Dehydrate green onions / scallions and make them go even farther with this really easy and simple dehydrating hack at Momwithaprep.com
Freezing Herbs For Later Use – 5 Ways
Freezing herbs allows you to store your fresh herbs longer, making your harvest more interesting and versatile! Freeze herbs in oil, in water, or as paste.
The Best Ways to Preserve Basil
Ask most people what their favorite herb is, and their response will often be basil. For many of us, this tender annual seems to epitomize the season. Basil tastes its absolute best when it’s enjoyed fresh, but thankfully you have a few creative options to preserve the vibrant flavor of this herb that’s so strongly associated with summertime.
How to Dry Celery and Homemade Celery Salt Recipe
Fall is celery season and our garden is over flowing with it. You'll also probably be seeing lots of it at your local farmers market. This is the prefect time of the year to [creatively]
Herb Guide - Which Herbs Go Well With Which Foods?
This easy herb guide helps you figure out which herbs go best with which foods! Find out which herbs work best in various dishes and make more tasty meals!
How To Dry Herbs Without A Dehydrator
Such is life these days, that we always looking for the easiest and fastest way to get stuff. In comes the food dehydrator now you can just dehydrate onions or
How to Dry Herbs Indoors (+ How to Keep Cilantro Fresh For Weeks!)
With the seasons changing many of our garden herbs are coming to a end (except our Oregano which I'm pretty sure is going to grow forever). Most herbs tend to love this time of the