I just came across this brand online, seems like an interesting option for those of us who can never make it through an entire bunch of cilantro before it goes slimy...
I haven't used that brand but have tried little house brand for the sane reason they are freeze dried
I haven't seen this brand, but I have purchased Dorot brand frozen basil and frozen cilantro, and they are great.
I buy herbs in quantity and freeze them on purpose--my mom has done this for years. Some herbs work very well: parsley, dill, chives, Rosemary, thyme. I wash, dry, and mince in a food processor, then pack firmly into a small, flat plastic container. When I need the herbs, I scrape them into the dish with a fork or a small knife. I sometimes freeze chives and dill whole, lining up the stalks into even bunches and wrapping tightly in plastic wrap. When it's time to use, I snip them with kitchen shears. No need to thaw either type of prep...add frozen and pop the rest back in the freezer.
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