|Sage, rosemary and thyme, dried in a food dehydrator|
Winter, that is. In fact, parts of our lovely state of Vermont already have some snow.
This means that it's time to call the garden done and get it prepped for a long winter's nap.
I don't have much left in garden, veg-wise, but I do have a crapload of herbs, so this week I harvested what was left and set about drying them for use over the cold winter months.
I have dried herbs using two different techniques, one fast and one slow, so I'm going to share both of them with you. Both are simple and will leave you with dried herbs that are much more flavorful than any you can buy.