Freezing Fresh Dill?

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An acceptable alternative to drying fresh herbs is freezing. This is a page about freezing fresh dill.
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July 12, 2011

Can you freeze dill? My dill is ready for pickles, but the cucumbers aren't. Will it still have the same taste as with fresh dill for pickles?

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July 13, 20110 found this helpful
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You can freeze dill and the flavor will still be awesome. Just bring a pot of water to a boil, rinse the sprigs and then parboil for only a couple of seconds. Immediately remove from pot, rinse in cold water, pat dry very well, place in freezer bag(s), push out as much air as possible before sealing and freeze.

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June 12, 20120 found this helpful
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Dill freezes very well. Just finely chop the dill (not the stems), place in a ziploc freezer bag, and freeze.

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I always have a bag in the freezer because I use a lot of dill in cooking. It will keep for months and still be like fresh dill.

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