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How To Dehydrate Herbs

Everything you need to know about dehydrating fresh herbs

Home gardens often produce an abundance of fresh sage, oregano, basil, mint, and other herbs. Rather than let your harvest go to waste, preserve the flavor and aroma of these cooking essentials with a home food dehydrator. Just about any herb can be dried and, with proper care and storage, can be kept for up to one year.

Best practices for dehydrating herbs

 

FRESH HERB

DEHYDRATING TIME

Basil

4 to 6 hours

Chives

5 to 7 hours

Cilantro

4 to 6 hours

Mint

5 to 7 hours

Parsley

4 to 6 hours

Rosemary

5 to 7 hours

 

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