Herbs 101 - Martha Stewart Home & Garden. You can enjoy herbs during the winter by preserving your abundance of summer herb plants. You'll not only add a fresh burst of flavor to your soups, stews, and sauces -- you'll also save money!
How to Preserve Homegrown Herbs with Sea Salt: A simple and tasty alternative for preserving fresh homegrown herbs. The fresh herbs permeate every ounce of the salt mixture and release a fragrant aroma.
10 Easy Ways To Preserve Herbs: "Fresh is best when it comes to cooking with them, but here are ten easy ways you can preserve them for year-round use (along with a nifty tip at the bottom of the page for crushing them fast).
Preserving Herbs by Drying, Freezing, and Making Herb Butters
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Herbs in frozen olive oil is one of my favorite ways to harvest. The herbs don't get dry, brown and brittle in the same way they do when they're frozen in water. They also retain their scent and flavor much more effectively!
Remove herbs from stems and place in bottom of ice cube tray (chopping them saves you time later). Simply pour olive oil over the top and stick the tray in your freezer, once its frozen store the herb-cubes in a bag.
Freeze fresh herbs in olive oil! Add the cubes to pasta/potato dishes, soups, or roasting onions, garlic, & veggies; These have a six month freezer life and do need to be stored separately to preserve individual flavors of the herbs.