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Re: [Apicius] Drying rue?

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  • Galefridus Peregrinus
    I ve dried rue just by tying and hanging it. The potency drops pretty markedly on drying, but it still retains the basic flavor. -- Galefridus ... [Non-text
    Message 1 of 2 , May 18, 2013
      I've dried rue just by tying and hanging it. The potency drops pretty markedly on drying, but it still retains the basic flavor.

      -- Galefridus

      On May 18, 2013, at 16:43, Ross <telamonian_teukros@...> wrote:

      > My wife just bought a huge bunch of rue at the Union Square farmer's market! :-O Her timing was good, we have a Roman feast planned for next Saturday. But the recipes will probably use less than 1% of the rue, what do we do with the rest? Rue salad? (Just kidding). I have a storage jar I can store it in but first I have to dry it. Does anyone have experience drying rue? Should I remove the small branches from the thick branches like you do with parsley? Is it even *safe* to do so? Should I spread them on paper towels, or on the kitchen counter, or dry them in the oven or what? :-/
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