How To Dry Herbs The Authentic Way

If you love to grow your own herbs, today we show you the authentic way to dry herbs naturally for the absolute best possible result. Be sure that you watch the video now.

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These days, life is so chaotic and we are always looking for a quick and easy fix. It does however come at a price. When it comes to your food and flavors, shortcuts usually disappoint. Today we are sharing with you how to dry herbs naturally at home. This is the tried and true authentic method that is centuries old.

We have seen other methods of drying herbs that involve a dehydrator, oven, and even microwave. All they do is strip the flavor and add toxins. This is the last thing you want to do. The good news is that there is a better way and you will learn it today!

via Herb Perch

Cooking With Fresh Herbs

via Herb Perch

Before we share the video tutorial and method of drying and storing your Herbs, we thought you may appreciate this excellent infographic.

It shows you the flavors of your favorite herbs so that you know what dishes they will best suit. It’s amazing the difference a touch of Basil can make to a pasta sauce and don’t forget they have amazing medicinal uses too.

How To Dry Herbs Naturally Video Tutorial

via New York Botanical Gardens

Today, Sonia from New York Botanical Gardens shows us some simple steps to drying and storing our herbs.

She also explains how to freeze them and turn them into delicious herb butter too. We highly recommend that you view this informative video. Click Play above to watch now ^

Herb Drying Rack DIY

via Lowes

When we spied this excellent herb drying rack from Grandma Maureen on Lowes Home Depot, we knew this would be perfect for your kitchen.

It’s so easy to make and it is a very stylish piece indeed. You can find all the particulars of the project here.

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