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    Dried pelargonium

    Mrs J B
    Tue Dec 18, 2012 10:12 pm
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    All the recipes I can find are for fresh pelargonium leaves. What do I do with dried pelargonium?
    Molly53
    Wed Dec 19, 2012 12:45 am
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    Mrs J B wrote:
    All the recipes I can find are for fresh pelargonium leaves. What do I do with dried pelargonium?
    From OChef: "In general, you can substitute one teaspoon of dried herbs for one tablespoon of fresh herbs and vice-versa (which is a one-to-three ratio, by the way). But let taste be your guide.

    Dried herbs start out with a stronger taste than fresh herbs, but lose their pungency as they age. So if your dried herbs are on the newer side, you might want to use a light hand, or add a bit more if the herb is older. When possible, use fresh ingredients to gain the most flavor."
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