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Re: herbs

We used to use the dehydrator for drying herbs.  Dries them slowly to  not 
overheat them.  If you have a convectional oven, that might work just  as well, 
not sure.
In a message dated 9/9/2008 8:43:14 PM Central Daylight Time,  
Aplfgcnys@aol.com writes:

Dill....  anyone ever dry it to use later?  Wondering if it is worth the
trouble  of getting it dried without molding etc..... Does it keep enough of
its  flavor to bother with it?  What is the best way to dry it if you don't  
any fancy equipment?

What about parsley? 

I normally use  up most of what I grow, but presently, I have more than I  can

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