Introduction: How to Preserve Your Own Parsley

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Saying as its harvest season
I thought I might show you how to preserve your crops.
At the moment I only know how to preserve parsley.

Please enjoy

Step 1: What You Will Need

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1.a small plastic bag
2.parsely that you want to preserve
3.olive oil
4.a knife

Step 2: Getting Started

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First get your parsley and finely chop it,
Then get your bag and place them in it

Step 3: Halfway Through

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Now pour a drop of olive oil into the bag with
The parsley in it, and then tie the bag up

Step 4: Finished

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Once you're done, place it in a freezer and leave until you want to use it.
By then it would have fully preserved and ready to use in your cooking


GBFace (author)2013-09-30

Well I would just delete the app and actually download Facebook instead of posting spam tutorials

horses34 (author)2013-09-29

Stop being so mean to boogie freak . How would you like it if someone said that to you. HUH!!! YEAH THINK!!!

GBFace (author)2013-09-27

Anyway there may be other ways to preserve it
But I'm just showing you one way at the moment

GBFace (author)2013-09-27

Just pop it in the microwave for a few seconds

rickharris (author)2013-09-27

You can freeze it direct from the plant BUT it will be crumbly when you take it out and somewhat sludgy when defrosted - This may not make a lot of difference if your putting it in something rather then fro decoration.

Drying is by far the most usual and easiest to manage with almost all herbs. I prefer to put in a paper bag and leave in the siring cupboard for a few weeks.

GBFace (author)2013-09-27

Okay thanks for letting me know
I just left them in the freezer for to long last time

Jackoffmanytrades (author)2013-09-27

With herbs it easier to hang them to dry, and then either freeze or bottle.

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