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lilchocoholick lilchocoholick 9 years
perfect timing.. I just bought basil last night for my homemade pasta sauce..
BABILUV BABILUV 9 years
COOL
radarkitty radarkitty 9 years
I tried this once, and it didn't work so well for me. Maybe I did something wrong. I use so much basil I gave up and decided to get my own basil plant. It's much easier to just clip it off as needed. And a lot cheaper!
sugarcupcake sugarcupcake 9 years
And here I was, thinking it might be a good idea to freeze basil. I learned the hard way that that does not work.
beingtazim beingtazim 9 years
good tip! i'll be trying that for sure.
mallomar mallomar 9 years
I just threw out some basil this evening. This is good to know for the future. :)
millarci millarci 9 years
Awesome tip, yumsugar! I would love more tips like this for other veggies and fruit! :)
ALSW ALSW 9 years
Great tip!
CamillaCat CamillaCat 9 years
Can anyone tell me if you can make a basil plant last year round in a well lit kitchen, or it is only a seasonal plant?
laurafox laurafox 9 years
I love basil!
tee0206 tee0206 9 years
That's a great idea. However, I have an extremely happy basil plant growing in my kitchen windowsill, so I don't have to worry about keeping it fresh.
llendril llendril 9 years
ahh. this tip would have been great to have two days ago! thanks for posting this =)
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