Storage: Most herbs can be stored dry in storage bags in the refrigerator. Many store equally well stems down in a glass of water on the counter like a bouquet. Delicate herbs may need a plastic bag over the glass to minimize evaporation. Herbs can also be air-dried by hanging upside down in a dark, warm, dry place. Freezing herbs preserves the flavor best: chop herbs roughly and spread in ice cube trays. Cover with water to eliminate freezer burn. Freeze and store cubes in freezer bags.

Uses: Teas, sauces, flavorings.