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    Can I keep herbs in the freezer?

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    glitter
    Wed Mar 31, 2004 11:14 am
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    I had moths once and couldn't figure out why and found out they were in the Jiffy Corn Bread Mix that I had on the shelf. All my herbs and seasonings are tightly covered. If I have fresh herbs I usually put them in a zip loc and freeze them...like basil, parsley, chives, loveage..I also make pesto and freeze cubes to use in sauces. This uses up much of your basil and other herbs. I have a recipe of that here. Very easy to make. Once I got rid of the mix...the moths were gone to. I think I caught it early...I am very careful when I buy that particular mix, my dh said that happened to his mom as well. Haven't had any since.
    Roosie
    Wed Mar 31, 2004 3:28 pm
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    My mom got one of these when she had a moth problem- actually it was sent to her by my Grandmother who used it when she had a moth problem. It's called the Pantry Pest Trap. It is a triangular shaped piece of cardboard and the moths fly in (apparently attracted by phermones) and stick. It got rid of all our moths in under a week and has kept it that way for months. They're non-toxic and pesticide free. They usually cost about $10 for two, but considering that they last a while and prevent you from having to trash tons of unused food that have been moth-ized, it's really not too expensive.

    Here are a couple of links:
    http://www.growinglifestyle.com/article/s0/a289663.html
    http://www.backyardgardener.com/alive/product/8878.htm

    Sassy Syrah
    Wed Mar 31, 2004 4:26 pm
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    Roosie wrote:
    My mom got one of these when she had a moth problem- actually it was sent to her by my Grandmother who used it when she had a moth problem. It's called the Pantry Pest Trap. It is a triangular shaped piece of cardboard and the moths fly in (apparently attracted by phermones) and stick. It got rid of all our moths in under a week and has kept it that way for months. They're non-toxic and pesticide free. They usually cost about $10 for two, but considering that they last a while and prevent you from having to trash tons of unused food that have been moth-ized, it's really not too expensive.

    Here are a couple of links:
    http://www.growinglifestyle.com/article/s0/a289663.html
    http://www.backyardgardener.com/alive/product/8878.htm



    got one already! I think that while they have something to eat, ie my chillis they will just hang around. I'm going to try as Sue suggested by putting in the freezer. I just don't want to keep my flours and bread mixes in the freezer permanently.
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