Compost, Drying Plants Upside Down, and Fried Sage Leaves

In this episode Ellen and C.L. talk about a great way to prepare fresh sage leaves for a garnish, whether hanging herbs and other plants upside down to dry is important, the basics of compost, and how long carrots can be left to grow in the ground.

:27  What’s for dinner: Fried Sage Leaves
4:22 True or False: You have to hang plants you’re drying upside down
8:37  Eat/Drink/Grow: Compost 101
25:45 Love Letters and Questions:   Carol asks how long she can leave carrots in the ground.  

These sage leaves have been fried quickly in butter.

Whether it’s herbs for cooking or cannabis, there is no special magic about drying a plant upside down. What is important is good air circulation.

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