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Grab a clean pair of sharp scissors and learn how to harvest basil, mint, oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, and thyme from your herb garden. In this video, we'll show you the keys to herb growing success. You'll learn how to keep plants full and prevent them from flowering, which can alter the flavor of the herb. With herbs this productive and flavorful, your neighbors will start asking you for advice. Download our free Homegrown app for iOS or Android to record, share, and improve your food growing skills at 🤍 Shop and get more gardening tips at 🤍 Share your harvest and join the gardening conversation on social media 👩🌾👨🌾 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍
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Extend the life of your fresh herbs by following these simple techniques that will preserve the freshness for well over a week. Storing fresh herbs can be tricky if you’re unaware of how to properly do so. In their normal packaging from the store, you maybe have 2-4 days for soft stem herbs and about 6-8 days for hard stem herbs. There are several ways to ensure the life of the herbs is extended by incorporating a few simple at-home solutions. Technique #1 This simple technique is used for soft stem herbs only. Start by filling up a short or medium height class with cold water. Place the herbs stem side down in the water, but not submerging them. Next, place a plastic bag over the top of the herbs and glass and pinch the bag together as best you can, and chill in on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator for 1 to 2 weeks. Technique #2 You can use this technique for hard stem herbs and some soft stem herbs such as mint, parsley, and cilantro. Fill a glass up to the medium waypoint with cold water. Remove the stems of the herbs if they are attached to a larger bunch, or simply remove the leaves from the stems completely and submerge them in the water. Chill in on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator for 1 to 2 weeks, or longer. Technique #3 You can use this technique for any fresh herbs. Place the herbs on a damp paper towel and loosely roll it up. Put the rolled-up herbs in a plastic bag or airtight plastic container and chill in on the bottom shelf of the refrigerator for 1 to 2 weeks, or longer. Technique #4 You can use this technique for any fresh herbs. Place herb leaves or diced herbs evenly into ice cube trays. Pour in olive oil, cover, and freeze for up to 6 months. You can use this little herb and olive oil ice cubes in pasta, vegetables, or on top of proteins.
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Tips from Kapp's Kitchen. How to freeze fresh herbs like parsley, basil, oregano, thyme, dill, rosemary, cilantro, sage, and other leafy herbs. This simple tip helps reduce food waste and save money while still providing you with fresh flavor to add to your next recipe. Kapp's Kitchen is a cottage bakery located in Corinth, TX specializing in small batch gourmet cookies, scones, and various types of bread. Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Intro and outro music: Country Cue 1 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (🤍 Artist: 🤍
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💛 📖 See the GrowVeg book here: 🤍 3 Easy Leafy Herbs for Beginners to Grow Fresh herbs bring our cooking to life, with three leafy herbs in particular cropping up time and again: basil, cilantro (coriander), and parsley. These leafy herbs are incredibly versatile and exceptionally easy to grow too. In this short video, we’ll show you how. If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: 🤍 🤍 🤍 and many more... To receive more gardening videos subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 If you've noticed any pests or beneficial insects in your garden lately please report them to us at 🤍
Who are they ? How to identify them ? What to cook with them ? All the answers in this video. Culinary herbs ( aka Aromatic herbs ) are a perfect way to add flavors, tastes and freshness in a dish. I just love them. Sage, Thyme, Rosemary, Parsley, Coriander, Cilantro, Bay leaf, Chive, Mint, Tarragon, Oregano... Gotta love these cooking herbs. * * LOVE & SUPPORT * * Support my work on : 🤍 Patreon is a cool way for creators to achieve a sustainable income by being financially supported by their lovely community ! You get to do something GOOD and, icing on cake, you also get different types of rewards ! * SUBTITLES * You want to Help everyone understand that F* French ?? Submit your own subtitle in any language here : 🤍 * * MERCH * * I have my own BRAND ! Stickers, posters and Pizza Shirt and Power-drill guns in the kitchen :) Buy them and support the French Guy's adventures on : 🤍 * * FACEBOOK * * 🤍 for mouth watering photos and good discussions ;) * * INSTAGRAM * * 🤍 * * TWITTER * * 🤍 * COOKBOOK PROJECT * I am thinking of making an über cool cookbook, so if you are interested, drop me a line there : 🤍 Lots of love, Alex
#smokecleansing #greenwitch #magicalherbs Welcome to another video on witchcraft tips and tricks for sustainable, affordable, and nature bound witching. Today I want to show you some ways on how to work with herbs, specifically how to burn herbs for magical purposes and spells and how to work scent magick. We will discover multiple ways to smoke cleanse, learn about smoke-free alternatives, how to incorporate herbs into your practice as a green witch, and learn more about why and how herbs are burned in witchcraft. I will also share little herbal blend recipes with you for different magic spell purposes like love, tranquility, cleansing, relaxation, happiness, and energy. There are multiple reasons why we burn herbs: 1. To cleanse negative energy. 2. Another very traditional and old way of burning herbs is to free your mind and thoughts and get into a more spiritual headspace. Depending on the culture, this was often achieved by actually smoking hallucinogenic plants. 3. As we know from alternative medicine and specifically aromatherapy, herbs, and scents also have the ability to evoke certain sensations, lift our moods, relax our mind and body and help us regulate emotions. So we also use herbs in this way to alter our physical and psychological state or that of others by evoking or banning certain feelings. 4. Burning certain herbs is also used in sacred rituals, as offering to a deity, in remembrance of our ancestors, or when working with spirit. Herbs have throughout all cultures and traditions been a very important part of spirituality, health care, and religious beliefs. The smudging rituals of native Americans, burning Khypy balls in Egypt, the use of franchisee for cleansing in Arabia, Kōdō ceremonies in Japan, burning of magical Neunerlei herb bouquets of the alpine countries to herbal rites of the ancient European pagan tribes. Herbs have medicinal healing powers, are through folklore associated with certain ailments, deities, spirits and many of them are true superfoods. In witchcraft, we can use herbs in various forms, in spell jars, in smoke blends, in kitchen witch recipes, salves, sprinkled throughout the house, magical self-care products, natural medicine, offerings, and much, much more. But When burning herbs we mostly focus on their magical properties as well as the effects they have on our mood and soul and less on their medicinal benefits for physiological health. When it comes to smoke cleansing a lot of people seem to only be familiar with the ubiquitous smudge stick. However, this might not be everybody's cup of tea and might not even be a possibility for everybody, if you live somewhere that doesn't allow you to have smoke fill you home or if you suffer from a respiratory disease. But don't worry, there are many, much more pleasant options out there. DIY Wax melts for happiness x 95 % Wax x 5 % herbal blend (woodruff, st. Johns wort, larch tree resin) x (if you make this with essential oils: 99% wax, 1 % oil) DIY incense cones for harmony at home x 1.5 g Gum arabic x 30 ml Water x 2 g Honey x 6 g Corn starch x 1.5 Charcoal tabs of 33mm x 10 g Sandalwood x 8 g Meadowsweet x 3 g Frankincense Simmer pot for energy & positivity Recipe in this video: 🤍 This video is part of my #21daystilyule series: 🤍 Other creators that take part in the 21 days til Yule: The Wayward Witch 🤍 My Pagan Life 🤍 The art of Nature - Germany 🤍 Astaria Sen 🤍 🌲 Witchy Yule / Christmas gift ideas: 🤍 🧙♀️My favorite WITCHY THINGS & equipment: 🤍 WITCHCRAFT BOOKS: 🤍 📷 Join me on Instagram: 🤍 💕 If you would like to receive more content or interact with me on a more personal level, feel invited to have a look at my Patreon account: 🤍 ☕ If you'd like to support this channel and make it possible for me to create more content for your enjoyment: paypal.me/thewitchescookery 💚 If you'd like to surprise me 'just because': https:🤍 ✉ If you´d like to send me snail mail: Rebekka Laufer 969618318 Packstation 101 92224 Amberg Germany 🎵 Music from 🤍 Might contain affiliate links, meaning that I earn a veeeery small percentage from them. The final product is NOT more expensive for you when buying through the links but you help me being able to keep creating on this channel - Thank you 💕
Having a supply of fresh herbs right next to your kitchen door is a game changer for your cooking... and your health! In this video, Ben demonstrates how to make an easy herb garden on a budget from start to finish. Ready...set....Grow!!! Want to propagate your herbs from cuttings? Here's how: 🤍 If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: 🤍 🤍 🤍 and many more... To receive more gardening videos subscribe to our channel here: 🤍 If you've noticed any pests or beneficial insects in your garden lately please report them to us at 🤍
Types of plants | Types of plants for kids | herbs | Climbers | Different types of of tree | Shrubs #typesofplants #differenttypesofplants #typesoftree #typesofplants #shrubs #herbs #climbers #creepers #plantsaroundus #partsofplant #differentpartsofplants #typeofplants #learn_with_fun #learnwithfun Types of plants We see a huge variety of plants all around us. Among which few are terrestrial and aquatic plants. Despite this fact, they all have the same parts and the same functions; they appear unique with different types of roots, stem, leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds etc. Therefore, the classification of plants is mainly based on several factors, and it can be further classified based on their height, tenderness of stem, branches and their life cycle. Trees Trees are big and tall plants. They have very thick, woody and hard stems called the trunk. This single main stem or the trunk gives rise to many branches that bear leaves, flowers and fruits. Some trees are branchless like coconut tree; i.e., they have only one main stem which bears leaves, flowers, and fruits all by itself. The life-span of the trees are very large. i.e., for several years. Banyan, mango, neem, cashew, teak, oak are some examples of trees. Herbs The herb is a short-sized plant with soft, green, delicate stem without the woody tissues. They complete their life cycle within one or two seasons. Generally, they have few branches or are branchless. These can be easily uprooted from the soil. Herbs contain enough nutritional benefits, including vitamins and minerals, to make it a part of a healthy balanced diet. Tomato, wheat, paddy, grass and bananas are a few examples of herbs. Shrubs Shrubs are medium-sized, woody plants taller than herbs and shorter than a tree. Their height usually ranges between 6m to 10m tall. Their features include bushy, hard, and woody stems with many branches. Although stems are hard, they are flexible but not fragile. The life-span of these plants usually depends on the species. Rose, jasmine lemon, tulsi, and henna are some of the common shrubs around us In addition to these three categories of plants, there are two more types which need some support to grow. They are specifically called climbers and creepers. Climbers Climbers are much more advanced than creepers. Climbers have a very thin, long and weak stem which cannot stand upright, but they can use external support to grow vertically and carry their weight. These types of plants use special structures called tendrils to climb. Few climbers plants names include pea plant, grapevine, sweet gourd, money plant, jasmine, runner beans, green peas, etc. Creepers Creepers, as the name suggests, are plants that creep on the ground. They have very fragile, long, thin stems that can neither stand erect nor support all its weight. Examples include watermelon, strawberry, pumpkin and sweet potatoes
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If you have a bumper crop of herbs and want to experiment with your own spices, this video will show you a simple way to harvest, prepare, and dehydrate herbs. You can mix them into your own spice blends, or preserve them as-is to use for cooking. 00:00 - Intro 00:51 - Herb Harvest Tips 01:54 - Harvest Montage 02:42 - Ginger & Tumeric Harvest 03:33 - Lemon Grass 04:37 - Prepping For Dehydration 08:21 - Loading The Excalibur 10:45 - Grinding Herbs 12:35 - Outro IN THIS VIDEO Thank you to Excalibur for sponsoring the video, their 9-Tray 48-hour timer dehydrator is perfect for long and large dehydrating batches: → Excalibur 9-Tray Dehydrator: 🤍 → Cuisinart Spice Grinder: 🤍 SUPPORT EPIC GARDENING → Shop Our Store: 🤍 LEARN MORE → All Our Channels: 🤍 → Blog: 🤍 → Podcast: 🤍 → Discord: 🤍 → Instagram: 🤍 → TikTok: 🤍 → Pinterest: 🤍 → Twitter: 🤍 → Facebook: 🤍 → FB Group: 🤍 DISCLAIMER Epic Gardening occasionally links to goods or services offered by vendors to help you find the best products to care for plants. Some of these may be affiliate links, meaning we earn a small commission if items are purchased. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases. More info on our process: 🤍
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Find more healing herbs on my website here: 🤍 Herbal medicines are naturally occurring, plant-derived substances that are used to treat illnesses. By using healing herbs, people can thrive and focus on their overall conditions, rather than on particular ailments that typically arise from a lack of equilibrium of the mind, body and environment. Herbal medicine has its roots in every culture around the world. There are many different systems of traditional medicine, and the philosophy and practices of each are influenced by social conditions, environment and geographic location, but these systems all agree on a holistic approach to life. In this episode of Ancient Medicine Today, I talk about the top 20 healing herbs for both men and women and how they benefit the body. Watch to learn more. Subscribe to my channel for more natural health remedies! Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 - Want more? Sign up to get the Dr. Axe Food Is Medicine e-newsletter, sent out a few times a week: 🤍 *This content is strictly the opinion of Dr. Josh Axe, and is for informational and educational purposes only. It is not intended to provide medical advice or to take the place of medical advice or treatment from a personal physician. All viewers of this content are advised to consult their doctors or qualified health professionals regarding specific health questions. Neither Dr. Axe nor the publisher of this content takes responsibility for possible health consequences of any person or persons reading or following the information in this educational content. All viewers of this content, especially those taking prescription or over-the-counter medications, should consult their physicians before beginning any nutrition, supplement or lifestyle program.