Related Articles. Herbs are most often crumbled before storage, which makes them easier to add to dishes.
Continue Reading. You can also find nice tiny little jars in the cheapie section at Target. This includes herbs like fennel, dill, and rosemary. Preparing the soil early in the season, planting the seeds or seedlings, watching them grow slowly, weeding, and harvesting! Store dried herbs in glass jars.
Nancy A November 12, 2014 at 9: Start by rinsing your fresh herbs thoroughly.
Flea Market Flip 9: To learn more about herbs and spices, check out this book. Drying time may vary from one to four hours so they will need to be checked regularly.
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