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How To Dehydrate Herbs

DEHYDRATING FRESH HERBS


• Herb leaves that are larger such as basil, bay leaves, mint, sage, or sorrel should be picked from the stems before drying.
• Herbs such as cilantro, dill, parsley, or rosemary should be kept on the stem for drying. It is easier to remove the herbs after drying.
• Always rinse herbs with cold water and carefully remove any remaining water with a salad spinner or paper towels. Herbs must be completely dried before dehydrating begins.
• Small herbs should be placed on the mesh screen for the best drying.
• Herbs are fast-drying when compared to fruits, vegetables, and marinated meats.
• Herbs crumble easily when dried.
• Herbs must be cooled completely before storing in an airtight container. 

 

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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Norton
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