1. I will freeze them. I remove the leaves from the stem. Place them in a ziplock bag and pop them in the freezer. You can also fill up an ice cube tray with olive oil and the herbs. Freeze them, then put them in ziplock bags.
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Thanks, Linda! I'm always trying to figure out what to do with leftover herbs. I'll be trying the micro way.ReplyDelete
I've never heard of freezing herbs...I learned something new.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic suggestion. Thanks for the precious tips.ReplyDelete
I quite often dry herbs in the microwave that do not last through winter, but my ever green herbs like rosemary I just pick as I want them. Of course I am lucky, not everyone has the facility of having them all at their back door :) DianeReplyDelete
I never worry about saving rosemary, but that's only because we have two plants in the front yard :)ReplyDelete
Now basil, oregano, parsley, thyme, sage, and tarragon? They all die with the first cold snap, so yeah, I use tips like that.