How To Store Basil In Four Ways

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How To Store Basil In Four Ways

How To Store Basil In Four Ways

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23 Comments on "How To Store Basil In Four Ways"

  1. basil rathbone

  2. well, la-de-da for you ;p

  3. Yes that should be fine. Or a sandwich bag would be ideal if you have some
    handy. Hope that helps.

  4. Basil oil should last for a good few months. Fresh basil will only last
    about a week but if it’s infused in oil the oil should keep for up to 6
    months we believe.

  5. how about stored in a baccum bag? instead of the ceram wrap? i bet it will
    last you as long as the oil

  6. thank you so much !

  7. can you use dried Basil ?

  8. LOL my name is actuly basil not jk it’s saudi arabia name :3
    

  9. What about washing herbs – and then drying them for immediate use? I don’t
    mean ‘drying’ herbs in terms of preserving them for future use. When you
    buy fresh herbs from the supermarket (I know they’re not gonna be super
    fresh, so no snooty remarks about growing your own please!) and the packet
    says, ‘Wash before use’ – what’s the best way to do this – and then dry the
    herbs for immediate use – or for use within like 24 hours?

    1. Hi. A great way to wash and dry herbs is to put the herbs in a bowl of
      clean water, or into a clean, water-filled sink. Once the herbs are
      submerged, stir them before leaving them to soak for a moment. Once the
      dirt has sunk to the bottom of the bowl, remove the herbs by skimming them
      up and out of the water. (Pouring the bowl’s contents through a straining
      device will only dump the dirt back onto the herbs.) Lay the herbs out on
      kitchen roll or a clean tea towel and pat dry. The herbs are now ready to
      use!

    2. +Videojug Food
      Thank you.

  10. thanks for the tip 

  11. Bazzle Fawlty!

  12. There’s no roots on that basil. What you are doing is putting the STEMS in
    the water.

    1. Haha!!! “Daylight….you don’t really get sunshine in England…you know
      what I mean.” 😀

  13. Fifth way to store basil…..chop up…make a quick pesto….freeze in ice
    cube trays or small cups

  14. I am American, but I pronounce it with a short “a” *just so the Fawlty
    Towers ratatouille joke will work.*

  15. thank you for your tip , but do you think we can do the same whit cilantro
    or and others hers …because is very good idea love it,thanks ….i live
    in LAS VEGAS like everybory knows is HOT and DRY and i have my own garden .

  16. Fridge or freezer?

  17. I thought this said steal basil in 4 ways for a second.

  18. Storing herbs and veggies in oil can promote the growth of botulism? If
    storing in oil, put in a refrigerator around 40°F, right? :)

  19. Thank you!!

  20. can i just freeze them?

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