John Saltveit wrote:Hi Erica,
I have lots of leafy greens at various times: horseradish leaves during the growing season, leeks during the winter and spring, shotweed cress in late winter, curly mallow in summer and fall, scorzonera in spring, that I would love to preserve for other times of the year. What are your favorite ways of preserving leafy greens to maintain texture, flavor and nutrition?
nancy sutton wrote:I know that Erica will get to your question, John, and I apologize for 'cutting in' here, but it brought to mind this book I found fascinating... including it's unusual preservation info... (and highly recommended by Steve Solomon
Erica Strauss wrote:...drying on low temperature, and then making typically a kind of DIY "greens powder" that can be added to soups or smoothies...
John Saltveit wrote:Hi Honor,
Do you ferment the grape leaves whole?
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