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How to Store Fresh Herbs & Make Them Last Longer

To get the most flavor and aroma from your fresh herbs and ensure they keep as long as possible, you need to store them properly.

Thyme: How to Use, Cook & Store

This popular herb was used in 16th-century England by those suffering from bronchitis. Research has shown that a component of thyme known as thymol,...

Tarragon: How to Use, Cook & Store

Known as the king of herbs by the French, tarragon has been used traditionally to sooth sore gums. According to current research, tarragon can...

Rosemary: How to Use, Cook & Store

Rosemary is a popular garden herb that may improve memory by suppressing activity of a substance called acetylcholinesterase.1 If weight loss is a goals rosemary might...

Mint: How to Use, Cook & Store

There are a whopping 30 types of mint out there, but the two most popular types are peppermint (bright green leaves, purple stems and...

Oregano: How to Use, Cook & Store

Oregano can do much more than simply liven up your pizzas and pastas – this little herb is packed with antioxidants that show promising...

Fenugreek: How to Use, Cook & Store

Widely used in traditional Indian medicine, fenugreek has an amazing repertoire of health benefits. Research has shown that this herb may improve sensitivity to insulin,1...

Dill: How to Use, Cook & Store

Often referred to as "dill weed", dill leaves are part of the same family as parsley and bay leaf. According to research, dill leaves...

Cilantro: How to Use, Cook & Store

You either love it or hate it. But one thing’s for sure. It’s packs a massive health punch. Health Benefits This flavor-packed herb is loaded...

Chives: How to Use, Cook & Store

Health Benefits As a true member of the allium family which also includes garlic, onions, scallions and leeks, chives contain a nice dose of allicin,...

Bay Leaf: How to Use, Cook & Store

Bay leaf is a delicious herb used in cooking and also to make tea. Find out which dishes, foods & flavors bay leaves go best with, its benefits & uses.

Basil: How to Use, Cook & Store

‘Basil’ is derived from the Greek word for ‘royal’. And this little herb is totally living up to its name.

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