How To Dry Herbs Without A Dehydrator

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Such is life these days, that we always looking for the easiest and fastest way to get stuff. In comes the food dehydrator now you can just dehydrate onions or overnight while you sleep. However, if you still want to do it the hard ‘natural’ way, then you want to learn how to dry herbs without using a food dehydrator.

You can dry a many different low moisture content herbs, including but not limited to just parsley, oregano, thyme, rosemary and sage. Once you learn the skills you can just duplicate them for any of the other herbs too, with very slight variations. The tools needed are also basic, and affordable too. Really, you have no excuse for not trying this out.

How To Dry Herbs Without Using A Dehydrator
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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • fresh herbs
  • twist ties
  • brown paper bag
  • string or shoe laces
  • mason jars
  • marker
  • labels (optional)

The process is simple, start by cleaning and removing any bad stems from your herbs. Then you go on to tying them into batches with twist ties. Make holes into the bottom of the brown bags, right in the center. You are going to thread your batches of herbs through these holes, so that the stems stick out.

Find a nice area to tie either a piece of string, or even just shoe laces and create a line of sorts. It is recommended you keep away from the sun, inside will do just fine. Hang your paper bags upside down with the herbs inside. Now it is just a waiting game, in about 14 days your herbs should be dry. Store in a mason jar, in a cool dry place. Don’t forget to label your jars! 🙂

You can follow step by step instructions on the New Life On A Homestead blog, here…

How To Dry Herbs
Without A Dehydrator

You can watch the video below on how to dry herbs naturally…


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