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Growing Herbs : How to Dry Herbs

When drying herbs, remember that any herb with small leaves or woody stems should not be dried in the stove, but rather by hanging them up. Dry herbs naturally, with

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drying trays or by hanging them up with tips from an experienced gardener in this free video on gardening and growing herbs. Expert: Yolanda Vanveen Contact: www.vanveenbulbs.com Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash.

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    1. kwajman04 says:

      How to dry Spearmint, I tried hanging by hanging,, the leaves dry, turn brown and fall off the stock. They don’t have a good taste,, so what should i do,,,, anyone???

    2. darkfang77 says:

      Hello,
      I want to make some dried rosemary so I can smell its scent in my home,
      do any of these methods work for this purpose? Will it mould?
      PLz reply!
      Thanks

    3. flupmakintosh says:

      that microwave is HUGE!

    4. 9aspengold5 says:

      Have you ever used a dehydrator? So simple.

    5. AngelicHumanLight says:

      how interesting people! Your comments are easy when youre not the one in front of the camera. ?? How about, good job lady!!
      at least shes putting herself out there~doing what she loves and even taking the time to share w humanity~
      thanks!!

    6. satinhooks says:

      the face reflected in the microwave is spooky.

    7. lordblazerpsx says:

      this is the first time this lady actually had something useful garden info; god i’ve seen alot of her ehow faqs and none of them made any sense besides this one

    8. mickyboy200768 says:

      if you decide to use drying trays instead of hangging them upside down ,make sure to not to put herbs in contact with metal, or plastic ,use paper towels or material that with help soak moisture, otherwise fungus will grow on the herbs

    9. mickyboy200768 says:

      sorry, don;t agree at all,
      herbs ,same as every fruit or veg are better to be eaten fresh, you only dry them when near to end of the plant’s life cycle, the most and best way to preserve herbs is in a cool dark but with air circulation area (attic ,shed, cellar…etc)and you can still pick and use them while drying ,no need for oven or microware, as the later cooks food from inside out distroying the herb’s enzymes before it gets to the plate /pot

    10. JollyMunkie says:

      thanks for that. You answered so many questions.

    11. zoneyzoo says:

      The video is helpful to a certain point but I think you loose valuable nutrients from your herbs when you microwave the.

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