Goods to Know Drying Cabinet

Here is how I keep freshly dried herbs on hand for cheap.

Pop a few screw-hooks in the top of a cabinet, it’s usually a waste of space anyway, bundle fresh herbs after washing, hang and leave to dry for a few days. I keep mine up there and just snip off what I need.

I’ve dried, lots of dill, oregano, sage, tea leaves, rosemary and stinging nettles with this method. You can use this cabinet for sprouting too!

Goods to Know Drying Cabinet

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