Love fresh herbs? Here’s the best way to store fresh herbs in fridge!
Happy tax day. I know the rest of the world may dread today, but this lovely day feels like a holiday for me every year because I get the Hubs back. I’m doing a happy dance.
You know what else makes me happy… fresh herbs! They are such a great way to bring flavor into a dish without adding a lot of butter or oil. Using them can absolutely transform your cooking! I recently figured out the the best way to store fresh herbs in fridge and had to share.
I used to actually not use a lot of fresh herbs outside of gardening season because I’d buy them and they went bad so quickly. You know that yucky green slimy mess that happens if you just leave them in the bag you got them in?
Come on…. I know you do! 🙂
It seemed like they would not last more than three days in the fridge and I’d always waste them. But now look at this gorgeous fresh herbs and have been sitting in my fridge for over a week! Isn’t that amazing and don’t you want to know what I did!?!
Well… I thought you might! This healthy hack is too awesome not to share so I made a little video demonstration for you… here’s my video on the best way to store fresh herbs in fridge.
I’m not sure it could be any easier! And no joke my herbs last three to four times as long now. This works especially good for cilantro and parsley, which are two fresh herbs I always keep on hand. They go great with so many things that I cook and life is prettier with a little garnish too.
So TRUST ME on this one! You must try this healthy hack about how to store fresh herbs in the fridge at home and let me know how it goes.
In the meantime, I also decided to link to some of my favorite Running in a Skirt recipes that use fresh herbs! This will make it super easy to use all those fresh herbs from your fridge in some delicous… mainly spring and summer inspired recipes. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!Hate when fresh herbs go bad? Try this simple way to store them in the fridge for weeks! Click To Tweet
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