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Parsley, Chervil, Thyme, Celery, Sage, Etc. for Winter Use

Instructions

Hang in the shade, under a shed, or in a garret, and in a clean and dry place, some small bunches of parsley, chervil, celery, etc., the roots upward; leave them thus till perfectly dry, then place them in your spice-box for winter use.

The best time for drying them is at the end of October or the beginning of November; dig them up in fine and dry weather, so as to have them clean without washing.

Soak in cold water half an hour before using.

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Source

Hand-Book of Practical Cookery (1884).


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