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ninagluck

Keeping Chlorophyll

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I made far more Chlorphyll than I needed, (spinach and parsley) how would you preservd the remainder? freeze, or dry?m

thanks for your response!


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What do you do with it?

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Fridge and use it up soon I think. I've never made it, but if I recall correctly from the FL book, it doesn't keep well? Freezer just seems out from considering the color veggies and leaves turn? Or try both for future reference. I doubt you can dry it, or we'd be able to buy it....?

And yes, what did you do with it?


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Dehydrate them at 135 F overnight,then grind into a powder using a spice grinder. This can be used as seasoning, garnish, or a flavor booster in broths and sauces.

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