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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Fresh and dry basil in the winter




Basil is a great culinary herb for pasta, salads, and more. Not just the taste, but also the smell is unique. It is also a great looking plant. Basil is a warm weather herb. It does not like the cold. It hardly grows in our area even in the summer, but it does grow in a greenhouse and in a kitchen window. Since Basil changes its taste when it is dried, it is worth it to grow fresh. Plus it adds a little summer to your winter.

3 comments :

  1. You might enjoy this:

    http://eatnourishing.com/recipe/preserved-fresh-genovese-basil/

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