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How To Preserve And Freeze Herbs In 8 Steps!

Want to have fresh, tasty herbs ready immediately for stews, roasts, soups, and potato dishes? Try freezing them in Olive Oil! Preserving herbs in oil reduces some of the browning and freezer burn that herbs can get in the freezer. Most dishes call for oil to begin with, so why not just take a frozen oil cube with herbs inside and use as the base for your dish? And if you really want to add flavor, just cook onions and garlic in this herb-infused oil and enjoy as the taste of herbs penetrate the entire dish. Tips For Preserving Herbs  The oil-and-freezer method of preservation works best with the tougher hard herbs such as rosemary, sage, thyme, and oregano. Normally, these are all herbs that would be cooked when added to a dish. Soft herbs such as mint, basil, lemon verbena, and dill are normally added raw to a dish, and don’t respond as well to this kind of preserving. Their fresh taste can change in the freezer and are not recommended for freezing due to the delicate

Benefits Of Cellular Cleansing: Dr. Sebi's Advice!

Foods That Promote Cellular Health Sources:  Dr. Sebi, Positive Health Wellness

Ultimate Guide To The Benefits Of Ginger!

Ginger is among the most healthy, delicious spices on Earth. It is loaded with nutrients and Bioactive compounds that have substantial benefits for your body and brain.  Here you will learn all about this amazing spice and how you can take advantage of its benefits.  The History Of Ginger  Ginger Root Ginger (Zingiber Officinale), is a common spice that was considered a luxury more than 5,000 years ago! The Indians and ancient Chinese used the root of Ginger as a tonic to treat common ailments. Although Ginger originated in Southeast Asia, it was widely cultivated and grown in other countries. By the 1st century, traders had taken Ginger into the Mediterranean regions. Eventually, it became a popular spice in Rome. Later, the use of Ginger declined once the Roman Empire fell. As a result, Ginger's worth increased, and was commonly used to make sweet delicacies in Medieval Times and has been commonly traded along with other spices throughout history.

Dr. Sebi Teaches Us What To Eat And What Not To Eat!

List Of Electric, Alkaline Foods Suggested By Dr. Sebi Dr. Sebi's Guidelines For Healthy Living Sources:    Dr. Sebi, Alkaline Vegan News

5 Insanely Delicious and Healthy Freezer Crockpot Recipes!

Eating healthy doesn't have to be hard! These easy, and most importantly, healthy Crock-Pot recipes can allow you to enjoy flavorful meals with almost no effort at all. A little discipline in preparation will pay off in the end! Check out these mouthwatering recipes! 1. Cool Ranch Shredded Chicken Tacos (Crockpot Recipe)  Yield: 6 servings DESCRIPTION Cook fresh or freeze and cook later. Serve on soft tortillas, rice, or lettuce with your favorite taco toppings. INGREDIENTS 2 pounds boneless skinless chicken breasts 3 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar 1 taco seasoning packet (or this homemade version: 1T chili powder, 1tsp pepper, and 1/2tsp of each of the following – salt, ground cumin, red pepper flakes, paprika, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder) 1 dry ranch seasoning packet (or this homemade version: 1T dried parsley, 1tsp garlic powder, 1tsp onion powder, 1tsp dried onion flakes, 3/4tsp dill, 1/2tsp pepper, and 1/2 ts