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    links for learning how to use herbs?

    Mrs J B
    Sun Jun 02, 2013 4:54 pm
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    Blessings on the person who posted the Spice Advice sticky. Question for people with lots of experience with herbs: What are some quick go-to sources online for learning to use herbs? I'm asking on behalf of Youngest Daughter, who gets brain freeze when trying to wade through the innumerable listings when she searches. I will point her to the local herb society for detailed research; but if anybody has any tried-and-true sites that help people figure out quickly which herbs go with which ingredients, we would appreciate them. Thank you.
    KeyWee
    Tue Jun 04, 2013 6:45 am
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    I am glad you could make use of the spice advice chart! As far as pairing herbs with foods, I don't have any favorite links, but if you google "matching herbs with foods" you will find a ton of sites with good ideas. I looked at a few, and noticed that there were some pairings I wouldn't care for, but that just comes from a matter of taste, which is very personal. I am sure your daughter will develop her own likes and dislikes over time. When I was new here on this site, I began keeping a Zaar binder with favorite recipes, and I still use that book today. Trying new recipes also begins to define your own preferences for herbs and spices. For instance, I don't care for anything sharp and licorice-y ~ cardamom, five-spice, cilantro, are all out for me.

    Another good resource (if you have it) is your local extension office. They usually have a homemakers division that can help with food questions.

    HTH!
    Zeldaz
    Tue Jun 04, 2013 2:06 pm
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