Why and How to Dry Your Own Herbs
How to dry your own herbs: Drying your own herbs is really easy. All you need is some string or twine and a warm, dry place with hooks or pegs to hang...
10 Methods For Preserving A Bounty Of Herbs
Enjoying a big bounty of herbs from the garden this year? Fresh is best when it comes to cooking with them, but here are ten easy ways to preserve them for year-round use (along with a nifty tip at the bottom of the page for crushing them fast). Air/Hang Dry…
How To Harvest and Preserve Herbs • The Garden Glove
Leanr how to harvest and preserve herbs! Freeze fresh herbs, dry your herbs, or even save them in a jar of sugar! Great instructions on saving herbs!
Stack!t Herb Drying Rack
Dry all your garden herbs at once on this super-sized hanging drying rack! The Stack!t features six trays and breathable mesh for great airflow.
Ultimate Food Dehydrator Guide and the Best Food Dehydrators of 2020
How To Dry Herbs Without A Dehydrator - Chances are if SHTF ans there is no power or you find yourself off the grid for an extend period of time you may need to preserve some herbs to add flavor and to boost your immune system. Here’s how to dry herbs without a dehydrator to preserve them for future uses. You can hang dry any herbs that grow on a stem like this.
6 Tips for Storing Dried Herbs
Learn how to successfully store your dried herbs for maximum quality! Dried herbs are the first ingredient in so many different herbal preparations like herbal teas, infused oils, and tinctures. Whether you foraged or grew your own herbs, or even bought them already dried, proper storage ensures that your herbal recipes and remedies are the best quality they can be!
Preserving Herbs by Drying, Freezing, and Making Herb Butters
Preserving herbs is much easier than you think it would be. Here are some tips to freeze, and dry herbs as well as directions for herb butters.
Use the Microwave to Dry Your Herbs for Long-Lasting Intense Flavor
Like oysters and princes, herbs are nearly always at their best when they're fresh. But we've all been there: you buy a bunch of parsley from the supermarket for those 2 tablespoons of garnish that you need, a week goes by, and you suddenly find yourself with a whole lot of fresh parsley that's on its way out. What do you do? Compared to other drying methods—like hanging or using a low oven—the microwave produces the most potent dried herbs with the freshest flavor and the brightest color…