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Great info. Lucky me I found your site by accident...

2012-08-01T06:16:43.243+10:00

Great info. Lucky me I found your site by accident (stumbleupon).
I have book marked it for later!
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Thanks for the tip Jackie; I'll try that with the ...

2007-10-17T10:07:00.000+10:00

Thanks for the tip Jackie; I'll try that with the next crop.

Unfortunately some bug is attacking the basil at the moment so I'm looking for a chemical-free bug deterrent for that. The price of living in paradise is bugs:-)



I find it works better if I don't chop herbs when ...

2007-10-17T01:00:00.000+10:00

I find it works better if I don't chop herbs when I dry them. Dry them whole and then crumble them when actually using them. They're much more flavorful that way, apparently the oils don't evaporate out.

The difference is HUGE in basil - a whole dried basil leaf crumbled at use is almost exactly like fresh basil.