Dehydrating Herbs Pays Dividends All Year Long

5 thoughts on “Dehydrating Herbs Pays Dividends All Year Long”

  1. A couple of thoughts…if you can set your dehydrator on a lower temp, do so. It will take a bit longer to dry, but you’ll retain more flavor. Storing the herbs whole leaf rather than crushing them takes a bit more space, but also retains much more flavor. Any cut or broken edge releases essential oils into the air, so crushing them just as you add them to whatever you are making puts the flavor into the food rather than into the air.


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