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Posted by Lynn Byczynski on 28th Jun 2021

Many culinary herbs love cool weather — and when summer hits, they bolt (go to seed) or get tough and lose their delicate flavor. That’s why early summer is the best time to start preserving herbs for later use.There are lots of ways to preserve herbs, including drying and freezing, but my favorite methods are to make compound butters and pestos. All are easy and take less than an hour, from cutting the herbs to cleaning up. But the rewards are b… Read more