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!
r fresh leaves between salt or sugar (covering completely) and leave them until they are desiccated. Sift them out and store in airtight containers. Choose salt or sugar depending on the flavor of the herb and which would be better suited to it. Ice Cubes: Chop then sprinkle into ice cube trays (measure into each cube the most common amount you use in cooking, for example 1 tsp). Cover
Storing Thyme: Drying Fresh Thyme After Harvesting - Thyme is one of the most versatile herbs, with a variety of cultivars and flavors. It grows quickly in sunny, hot conditions but can also withstand cold winters. The woody stemmed herb has small leaves that add flavor to recipes and an aromatic touch to sachets and aromatherapy treatments. Knowing how to dry thyme can help you preserve the fresh delightful scent and flavor of this herb for easy home use.
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.