Salted Herbs

This comes from a Canadian web site, here is what was said about these herbs:These seasonings seem to be added to a lot of traditional French- Canadian recipes. "Herbs preserved with vegetables and salt make a lively seasoning for soups-particularly pea soup - sauces, stews and omelettes. A commercial brand, Les Herbes Salees du bas du fleuve, is marketed by J.Y. Roy of St. Flavie, Quebec. This recipe comes from the Metis district."

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  • In a large bowl, combine herbs and vegetables.
  • Layer 1 inch of herb mixture in the bottom of a crock or glass bowl and sprinkle with some of the salt.
  • Repeat layers until all of the herb mixture and salt is used.
  • Cover and refrigerate for 2 weeks.
  • Drain off accumulated liquid and pack herb mixture into sterilized jars.
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"This comes from a Canadian web site, here is what was said about these herbs:These seasonings seem to be added to a lot of traditional French- Canadian recipes. "Herbs preserved with vegetables and salt make a lively seasoning for soups-particularly pea soup - sauces, stews and omelettes. A commercial brand, Les Herbes Salees du bas du fleuve, is marketed by J.Y. Roy of St. Flavie, Quebec. This recipe comes from the Metis district.""
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  1. Elly in Canada
    I love this herb mixture, I have been using it for many years. I add it to soups, stews, gravy etc.. just remember it is very salty so taste your dish before adding the herbs!!
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  2. LAURIE
    This comes from a Canadian web site, here is what was said about these herbs:These seasonings seem to be added to a lot of traditional French- Canadian recipes. "Herbs preserved with vegetables and salt make a lively seasoning for soups-particularly pea soup - sauces, stews and omelettes. A commercial brand, Les Herbes Salees du bas du fleuve, is marketed by J.Y. Roy of St. Flavie, Quebec. This recipe comes from the Metis district."
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