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!

CATEGORY: Health & Wellness

lisa4thegoods

Chef and Owner at the Goods. Food is at the root of everything, it has the power to impact our health, wellbeing and spirituality, the economy, environment and overall health of this planet.

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Great idea! True story – that cupboard isn’t really good for anything!

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