Using Preserved Herbs on Your Homestead

Unlock the potential of your herb garden all year by using preserved herbs on your homestead and reap the benefits in your kitchen, teacup, and medicine cabinet.

You can use your preserved herbs in cooking, tea, and even traditional medicine around your homestead.

Some chefs prefer preserved herbs because they have a more concentrated flavor.

Here are a few ways to use preserved herbs in cooking: – Add them to soups and stews – Use them to season meat and fish – Mix them into salad dressings – Add them to marinades

Preserved herbs can also be used to make tea. Simply steep the herbs in hot water for a few minutes and enjoy.

Here are a few preserved herbs that are great for tea: – Mint – Chamomile – Lavender – Lemon balm

Traditional medicine meets modern homesteading. Preserved herbs have been used for generations to address common ailments.

Here are a few herbs that are great for preserving and using in medicine: – Echinacea – Ginger – Garlic – Rosemary

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