up to 1 week
Store in an open plastic bag in your fridge until ready to use.
If you won't use it all right away, simply dry your dill bunch by hanging it upside down in a cool, dark dry part of your kitchen for two weeks, then crumble the leaves into a glass jar for storage.
Fragrant, sweet dill brings a touch of brightness to everything
Provides a tangy addition to pickles, fresh salads, salad dressings and fish dishes.
Dill pairs wonderfully with radishes, salad turnips, cucumbers, summer squash and more!
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