Have fresh flavor preserved for the colder months ahead by drying and preserving herbs that make delicious homemade seasonings and teas at very little cost.
By Jessica Kellner
Drying herbs is one of the best jumping-off points for preserving our own food. Herbs are incredibly easy to grow—and tend to grow in abundance! Also, because herbs contain so little moisture, the preservation job is pretty much done soon after they’re harvested. What’s more, dried herbs make delicious homemade seasonings and teas at very little cost. Learn a few simple methods for drying and preserving some of the fresh herbs growing in your garden then try them out in your home. You’ll be glad to have fresh flavor preserved for the colder months ahead.
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