Friday, July 11, 2008


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I just love the aroma and taste of fresh herbs, however due to some injuries this year I was unable to plant them. To my wonderful surpise I happend upon some freshly growing Herbs in the grocery store. It was two large plants of basil for only $4.00. They were hydroponically grown so I keep them in a large glass jar and pluck only what I need. I change the water in the jar every other day to keep it fresh, and it has already lasted beautifully through this heat for about 3 weeks. When the plants seem to be coming to the end of their growing season I will pluck all the leaves off and dry them and store them for special meals in the winter. Another storage method for fresh herbs is to place them in a plastic baggie with water and store them in the freezer. When needed, just pull the bags out of the freezer and let them thaw.

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Marsha said...

I have joined the Frugal Friday Gang and will post on Friday at my blog the icon and a tip for grocery shopping.

I tried to add my link with Mr. Linky, but unless it has to be approved first, it didn't seem to work. :-(

Domestically Inclined said...

Welcome to the Frugal Friday Tips! I can't wait to see your tips. I did click on Mr. Linky and it worked for me. I saw your name there and it took me straight to your site.

Marsha said...

Oh, I understand now. I thought it was supposed to put my link on the post page. I get it now. thanks!


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