I love oregano. It is easy to grow in a garden, raised bed, indoor pot, or container. I dried this organic oregano by pruning a small bunch stems with a ceramic blade, hanging them in a dry location for three weeks, trimming the leaves off the stems, and storing in a glass jar in a dry location before adding to something delicious like a tomato and goat cheese quiche. Pruning in the spring is good for herbs and helps them grow new healthy stems.
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