Drying herbs is one of the best jumping off points for preserving our own food herbs are incredibly easy to grow and tend to grow in abundance also becaus. A thin layer of moist can compromise the quality of your dried herbs to make sure that the herbs are absolutely dry try rubbing them between your fingers to dry sturdy low moisture herbs like rosemary thyme dill savory sage and parsley cut whole branches of the plant and gently rinse in cool water tie the cuttings in for air drying it is ideal to. For air drying it is ideal to make small bundles of herbs which can be easily done by wrapping the base of the stems with natural twine and tying the ends securely the bundles should be small enough that there is air circulation through the leaves packing too tightly can lead to incomplete drying which encourages mold growth herbs are dry when the leaves easily crumble. Drying with a dehydrator wash your herbs thoroughly pat dry and place them on the rack of your dehydrator in a single layer if the leaves are medium to large you can remove them from the stem
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