growing grace farm

Tonight, I made homemade salsa to go with our dinner.  Yum–bring on the cilantro!  I find, however, that when I buy a bundle of cilantro, we end up eating half right away, then it starts to rot if I don’t watch out.  Made me start

brainstorming about how I could save that cilantro or other fresh herbs that I don’t want to turn to compost sludge in the lower drawer of my fridge.

Here’s a list of ideas that I’ve tried or read about recently, including some great stuff from Pinterest.  I encourage you to spend some time searching for instructions that suit you and your resources the best.

  • Chop and freeze with a little oil (keeps them from browning) then freeze in ice cube trays or small containers.  These work well for sauces, pasta recipes, fish, etc.   Do the same with water and herbs for soups, drinks, and…

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