Two Ways To Freeze and Preserve Fresh Herbs

Two Ways To Freeze and Preserve Fresh Herbs

Faith Durand
Jul 29, 2009

Our favorite garden blogger, Margaret Roach of A Way To Garden, is spearheading a fun summer event called Summer Fest 2009 — a celebration of summer gardening, cooking, and fresh food.

One of the first entries in the first week of this cross-blog celebration is Margaret's own tip for storing herbs. She offers two different ways to freeze and preserve a whole summer's bounty of parsley and other herbs. One way was familiar to us, but the other way was something new!

She explains how to tightly bundle your herbs inside a plastic bag, then roll them up into a log. We like this way of doing it; it looks easier than than other ways of preserving fresh herbs. Take a look at all her instructions here:

Growing and storing a year of parsley at A Way To Garden.

Related: Tips: Three Ways To Preserve Fresh Herbs

(Image: Margaret Roach/A Way To Garden)

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