Absolutely. You can freeze it in oil, water or broth, depending on how you want to use it. Here is a link that explains it. http://www.thegardenerseden...
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Can you? Yes. Should you? No.
Frozen fresh dill will be a mess when defrosted. You are better off drying it if you want to save it.
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