When we grow herbs often we can struggle to get large enough harvests, with rosemary you will quickly find that you are growing way more than you can use. So here are some outside of the box ideas and recipes for making the most of your homegrown herb!
The best way to solve the problem of adding too much rosemary to cooking is to remove it as soon as you realize your mistake. Or you can dilute it with adding more of other flavors. Alternatively you can dilute by doubling your portions, or adding tomatoes or even dairy products like sour cream.
It can be hard to know what the best alternatives are to certain plants in our gardens and kitchens. Some plants and herbs seem irreplaceable, however let’s look at substitutes for lavender in your home.
Pork can be a fatty meat and herbs that help to cut through this work well. Sage, Thyme, Rosemary, Savory, Caraway Seeds, Mustard Seeds, Fennel, Cloves, Garlic and Parsley all work well in this role. Whether used in marinades, rubs, butters or pour over sauces.
To sell herbs for a profit we can look at three main categories. Selling fresh herbs as plants for keen kitchen gardener’s. Selling dried herbs and flowers for those wishing to use in culinary and spa type projects. Then we can also look at selling our own products and homemade treatments.
These are the hardest vegetables to grow in the UK or similar climate zones. Where you have the wrong soil, not enough shade or daylight hours, or periods of frost, or even drought. Then these sensitive crops will fail.