Using Dried Herbs in Cooking for their Nutrition- Which ones are high in vitamins and minerals?

Megan Essential Oils & Supplements, Health & Nutrition 16 Comments

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The following printable is an addendum to the recent Periscope and You Tube video I did on this topic. Watch the video to get the full “story.” Click on the link below if you’d like to print the list of herbs I discussed, and their attributes.

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Explore these herbs that aren’t usually used in cooking, but that should be! They’re full of vitamins and minerals!

Click on this link for the free printable of the following herbs.

The complete You Tube video on this topic can be found here.

Bulk herbs can be ordered here through Mountain Rose Herbs.

By the way, what follows, (this printable), are my personal notes, just pasted together! So they may be a bit casual! I realized, however, how nice it would be for viewers to not have to go back and take notes of their own on the video! So here tis! You may remember from the video, the emboldened herbs (below) are the ones no longer used commonly in cooking, that I first discussed. Those that are not emboldened are more common culinary herbs. Yet most of us don’t know their nutritional properties. (There’s not a space below between nettle leaf and peppermint leaf, which is how I missed and skipped peppermint in the video! But check out peppermint! It’s great in soups and stews, more mellow than you’d think, and look at its nutrition!!)



Want more insight and a better introduction to this topic? Watch the full video here.

What are your favorite nutrient-dense herbs to use in cooking? I’d love to hear about which ones you begin to incorporate more often…!