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How To Dry Garden Herbs For Tea


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Tea From The Garden

Drying herbs from the garden may seem like a simple enough task, but if you don't make sure the herbs are surrounded by air on all sides for up to 2 weeks, you often end up with a moldy pile of green.

Three simple methods are shown here, requiring no fuss or expense, that will dry out that garden fresh lemon balm, lavender, mint or chamomile for the perfect cup of tea.

--Bibi Farber

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