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Hardy Herbs

Woody or hardy herbs like rosemary, thyme, sage, and chives, should be arranged lengthwise on a damp paper towel, rolled up, and then sealed in a plastic bag. Store in the refrigerator.

Hardy herbs are also ideal for long-term storage by freezing in oil or butter. See our tip for “Frozen Herbs” for details.

Additional Storage Tips

Bread
Freeze any extra tomato sauce, pesto, or other sauces for future simple defrosting needs
Ice Cube Sauces
Cherries
Salad greens should have space for air to flow, but also include a paper towel to absorb any extra moisture before sealing and putting in fridge.
Salad Greens
Stone Fruits
Citrus
Hearty Greens
Mushrooms