Mint is one of those herbs that can make a big difference in a dish; however, it may not be available all year round. In addition, it can have a relatively short shelf so you may find yourself throwing out much of the mint that you buy if you do not store it correctly. To ensure that your fresh mint remains usable so that you have some on hand at all times, consider the following storage methods.
Coriander is a spice that consists of whole or ground coriander seeds. The coriander plant is also known as cilantro. The ground seed is much easier to use, but has a considerably shorter shelf life than whole seeds.
How you store your coriander can have a significant impact on how well it resists spoilage. The right storage methods can help you to keep your coriander fresh for a long time.
Rosemary is a pungent member of the mint family that is available year-round if you live in a warm climate; however, a rosemary plant may not survive in a colder climate. It is therefore essential that you preserve the herb when you have it available. There a numerous ways to do this.
Parsley may not be as delicate as herbs like cilantro or basil, but it is still considered one of the tender herbs. Its shelf life can be very short if it is not stored properly; however, the right storage methods can help you to keep your parsley usable for weeks or even months.
Basil is one of the more versatile herbs and it’s easy to grow. The big problem is that fresh basil does not last very long and is not available year-round in many places. In order to get around this, there are a number of tricks that you can use to preserve your basil.
Like most fresh herbs, cilantro has a short shelf life. In addition to its short usable life, preservation can be difficult as well. Because it is a delicate herb, simply sticking it in the freezer will result in a slimy mush when you thaw it. This is because the enzymes that break down plant matter will work on cilantro’s tissues even while it is frozen. In order to keep it fresh for long periods, you will need to learn the best techniques for storing cilantro. There are various options for keeping your cilantro usable for long periods.
One of the unfortunate realities of cooking is that once you add salt, there is no way to get it back out. Even so, all is not lost if you over-salt a meal. If this has happened to you, do not panic. There are options for saving the meal.
Much of the world’s cinnamon comes from southern Asian countries like Sri Lanka, Indonesia, and India, and people in those regions have been using cinnamon medicinally for centuries. Skin problems are among the conditions that this spice is used to …