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Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
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On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
> Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
> How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
> Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
>


Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
and could be easily poured out of the bag.

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>Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
>How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
>Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?

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On Wed, 9 Jun 2021 16:05:59 -0400, Dave Smith
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>On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
>> Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
>> How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
>> Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
>>

>
>Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
>bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
>the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
>and could be easily poured out of the bag.

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On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 3:06:05 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
>
> On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
>
> > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
> > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
> > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
> >

> Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
> bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
> the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
> and could be easily poured out of the bag.
>

I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.

Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
cooking.


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On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 5:29:38 PM UTC-4, wrote:
> On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 3:06:05 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
> >
> > On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
> >
> > > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
> > > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
> > > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
> > >

> > Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
> > bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
> > the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
> > and could be easily poured out of the bag.
> >

> I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
> doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
> tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
> to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
>
> Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
> cooking.

I have a thousand branches. I hand stripped half, rinsed really good and have the leaves on stock Scott paper to dry a bit. Last year I did the same with a smaller bunch, dried in oven at lowest then scrunched and picked out the stems. I am impatient this time. Thanks for the replies from both.
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On Wed, 9 Jun 2021 14:36:28 -0700 (PDT), Thomas >
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>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 5:29:38 PM UTC-4, wrote:
>> On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 3:06:05 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
>> >
>> > On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
>> >
>> > > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
>> > > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
>> > > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
>> > >
>> > Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
>> > bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
>> > the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
>> > and could be easily poured out of the bag.
>> >

>> I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
>> doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
>> tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
>> to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
>>
>> Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
>> cooking.

>I have a thousand branches. I hand stripped half, rinsed really good and have the leaves on stock Scott paper to dry a bit. Last year I did the same with a smaller bunch, dried in oven at lowest then scrunched and picked out the stems. I am impatient this time. Thanks for the replies from both.

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On Wed, 9 Jun 2021 14:29:35 -0700 (PDT), "
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>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 3:06:05 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
>>
>> On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
>>
>> > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
>> > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
>> > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
>> >

>> Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
>> bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
>> the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
>> and could be easily poured out of the bag.
>>

>I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
>doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
>tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
>to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
>
>Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
>cooking.

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On Wed, 9 Jun 2021 14:29:35 -0700 (PDT), "
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>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 3:06:05 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
>>
>> On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
>>
>> > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
>> > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
>> > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
>> >

>> Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
>> bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
>> the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
>> and could be easily poured out of the bag.
>>

>I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
>doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
>tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
>to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
>
>Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
>cooking.

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On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:50:18 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
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> On 2021-06-09 5:29 p.m., wrote:
>
> > I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
> > doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
> > tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
> > to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
> >
> > Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
> > cooking.
> >

> It sounds like Lydia.
>

It very well may have been! I watch her show weekly on PBS.
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On Wed, 9 Jun 2021 16:15:24 -0700 (PDT), "
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>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:50:18 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
>>
>> On 2021-06-09 5:29 p.m., wrote:
>>
>> > I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
>> > doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
>> > tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
>> > to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
>> >
>> > Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
>> > cooking.
>> >

>> It sounds like Lydia.
>>

>It very well may have been! I watch her show weekly on PBS.

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On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 7:22:39 PM UTC-4, Dave Smith wrote:
> On 2021-06-09 7:15 p.m., wrote:
> > On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:50:18 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
> >>
> >> On 2021-06-09 5:29 p.m., wrote:
> >>
> >>> I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
> >>> doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
> >>> tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
> >>> to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
> >>>
> >>> Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
> >>> cooking.
> >>>
> >> It sounds like Lydia.
> >>

> > It very well may have been! I watch her show weekly on PBS.
> >

> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bDjpcoMnE8

My stuff is nothing like that. 14 inch, 2 petals every 2 inches with a triple on top.
I may be misinformed unknowingly on both parties.


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On Wed, 9 Jun 2021 16:38:42 -0700 (PDT), Thomas >
wrote:

>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 7:22:39 PM UTC-4, Dave Smith wrote:
>> On 2021-06-09 7:15 p.m., wrote:
>> > On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:50:18 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
>> >>
>> >> On 2021-06-09 5:29 p.m., wrote:
>> >>
>> >>> I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
>> >>> doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
>> >>> tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
>> >>> to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
>> >>>
>> >>> Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
>> >>> cooking.
>> >>>
>> >> It sounds like Lydia.
>> >>
>> > It very well may have been! I watch her show weekly on PBS.
>> >

>> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bDjpcoMnE8

>My stuff is nothing like that. 14 inch, 2 petals every 2 inches with a triple on top.
>I may be misinformed unknowingly on both parties.

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On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:36:32 PM UTC-5, Thomas wrote:
> On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 5:29:38 PM UTC-4, wrote:
> > On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 3:06:05 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
> > >
> > > On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
> > >
> > > > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
> > > > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
> > > > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
> > > >
> > > Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
> > > bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
> > > the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
> > > and could be easily poured out of the bag.
> > >

> > I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
> > doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
> > tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
> > to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
> >
> > Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
> > cooking.

> I have a thousand branches. I hand stripped half, rinsed really good and have the leaves on stock Scott paper to dry a bit. Last year I did the same with a smaller bunch, dried in oven at lowest then scrunched and picked out the stems. I am impatient this time. Thanks for the replies from both.
>

We grow it too, and use it fresh, but never attempt to dry it. It's not
worth the trouble. Dried oregano is cheap, and probably better than
if I attempted to dry my own. In past years I have cut fresh sprigs,
and taken them to work to give away.

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On Wed, 9 Jun 2021 14:29:35 -0700 (PDT), "
> wrote:

>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 3:06:05 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
>>
>> On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
>>
>> > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
>> > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
>> > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
>> >

>> Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
>> bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
>> the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
>> and could be easily poured out of the bag.
>>

>I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
>doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
>tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
>to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
>
>Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
>cooking.

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On Wed, 9 Jun 2021 17:03:24 -0700 (PDT), Bryan Simmons
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>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:36:32 PM UTC-5, Thomas wrote:
>> On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 5:29:38 PM UTC-4, wrote:
>> > On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 3:06:05 PM UTC-5, Dave Smith wrote:
>> > >
>> > > On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
>> > >
>> > > > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
>> > > > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
>> > > > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
>> > > >
>> > > Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
>> > > bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
>> > > the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
>> > > and could be easily poured out of the bag.
>> > >
>> > I was watching a cooking show a few weeks ago and don't remember who was
>> > doing the cooking but she had a bunch of dried oregano tied together. She
>> > tapped it lightly a few times on some parchment paper then used the paper
>> > to dispense it into the pot of whatever it was she was cooking.
>> >
>> > Now I'm going to ponder all evening who was the cook and what was she
>> > cooking.

>> I have a thousand branches. I hand stripped half, rinsed really good and have the leaves on stock Scott paper to dry a bit. Last year I did the same with a smaller bunch, dried in oven at lowest then scrunched and picked out the stems. I am impatient this time. Thanks for the replies from both.
>>

>We grow it too, and use it fresh, but never attempt to dry it. It's not
>worth the trouble. Dried oregano is cheap, and probably better than
>if I attempted to dry my own. In past years I have cut fresh sprigs,
>and taken them to work to give away.
>
>--Bryan

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On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 7:03:27 PM UTC-5, wrote:
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> We grow it too, and use it fresh, but never attempt to dry it. It's not
> worth the trouble. Dried oregano is cheap, and probably better than
> if I attempted to dry my own. In past years I have cut fresh sprigs,
> and taken them to work to give away.
>
> --Bryan
>

All you have to do is tie up a large bundle, hang it upside down until
it's dry and you're done.


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On Wed, 9 Jun 2021 19:16:17 -0700 (PDT), "
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>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 7:03:27 PM UTC-5, wrote:
>>
>> We grow it too, and use it fresh, but never attempt to dry it. It's not
>> worth the trouble. Dried oregano is cheap, and probably better than
>> if I attempted to dry my own. In past years I have cut fresh sprigs,
>> and taken them to work to give away.
>>
>> --Bryan
>>

>All you have to do is tie up a large bundle, hang it upside down until
>it's dry and you're done.

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On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:06:05 PM UTC-4, Dave Smith wrote:
> On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
> > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
> > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
> > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
> >

> Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
> bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
> the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
> and could be easily poured out of the bag.


In the years before plastic bags were invented, I wonder how they did it.
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On Thu, 10 Jun 2021 02:44:13 -0700 (PDT), bruce bowser
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>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:06:05 PM UTC-4, Dave Smith wrote:
>> On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
>> > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
>> > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
>> > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
>> >

>> Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
>> bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
>> the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
>> and could be easily poured out of the bag.

>
>In the years before plastic bags were invented, I wonder how they did it.

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>On Thu, 10 Jun 2021 02:44:13 -0700 (PDT), bruce bowser
> wrote:
>
>>On Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 4:06:05 PM UTC-4, Dave Smith wrote:
>>> On 2021-06-09 3:48 p.m., Thomas wrote:
>>> > Have a load of garden fresh green oregano.
>>> > How do i get rid of leaf stems? I can run the main stems by hand to get the oregano off but still have the smaller leaf stems.
>>> > Looking to dehydrate. Maybe a way after dried?
>>> >
>>> Just hang it up and let it dry. Then put it in large plastic bag. I once
>>> bought oregano like that in an Italian supermarket. I just had to give
>>> the bag a little squeeze and a bunch of the dried leaves would crumble
>>> and could be easily poured out of the bag.


>>In the years before plastic bags were invented, I wonder how they did it.


Best to dry herbs in a brown paper bag, in plastic the liquid can't
readily escape and the leaves will become moldy. I don't dry oregano
but I dry lots of curly leaf parsley in brown paper grocery bags.
Naturally there's a lot more flavor in the fresh leaves. An
alternative is simply to freeze the herbs. A quick method for
drying/preserving herbs is to layer them in an open container of
kosher salt.
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On Thursday, June 10, 2021 at 4:46:04 AM UTC-5, bruce bowser wrote:
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> In the years before plastic bags were invented, I wonder how they did it.
>

Paper bag or a piece of newspaper. For those folks who did not have
access to a newspaper they used a cloth bag.
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