Harvest to Home: A DIY Guide on Making Dry Herbs in Simple Steps
Are they fed up with the high costs of store-bought herbs that work wonders for your food’s flavour?
Despite their price tags, dry herbs can significantly elevate your culinary experience.
Beyond their role as taste enhancers, these herbs boast robust healing potential.
Throughout history, dry herbs were indispensable in folk medicines,
stepping in when antibiotics and modern medicines weren’t an option.
A DIY Guide on Making Dry Herbs in Simple Steps
Making dry herbs at home is a simple and rewarding process that allows you to preserve the flavours and aromas of fresh herbs for later use.
Here’s an essential guide on how to make dry herbs at home:
Please choose when the herbs peak, usually in the morning after the dew has dried but before the sun gets too hot.
Harvest the herbs using scissors or shears, leaving some growth on the plant for continued growth.
Rinse the harvested herbs under cold running water to remove dirt or insects.
Gently pat them dry with a clean kitchen towel or paper towel.