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Sunday, September 16, 2012
Where Do I Begin, Herbally Speaking? Harvest Your Herbs!
You also should think about drying any of the following herbs: lemon balm, lemon verbena, mints (every kind), anise hyssop, thyme, sage and lovage. Once they are completely dry you can place your dried herbs in plastic bags, jars or plastic containers. I would label and date them so you know what each item is. You can cut some parsley and put it in a plastic container and freeze it. Parsley will stand a light frost. You can also chop up some chives in a container and use it this winter for eggs and baked potatoes or for just about any recipe that uses onions. I like the flavor because it is a lighter onion flavor. Well, I have been busy. Hope you are all well. Talk to you later.