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In this video, Betty describes her conversion measurement of fresh herbs to dried herbs.
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Convert Measurements of Fresh Herbs to Dried Herbs
Hi, there's a Betty’s quick tip. I've been using a lot of fresh herbs from my herb garden lately you may have noticed. And I wanted to give you a conversion factor between using fresh herbs as compared to using dried herbs. So as a little example here I have some dried oregano and I've measured that one teaspoon of dried oregano. To be equivalent in flavor to that one teaspoon of dried oregano, I went out and got some fresh oregano. And I'm going to show you that you need to use about three teaspoons or one tablespoon of fresh oregano. And a quick tip here is to use your clean kitchen scissor to just chop this very finely, it's easier than getting our your cutting board and chopping knife and a jar you have them there available, that it's a very thing to do, you just -- when you have chives or parsley, sage any of these kind of things and you want them a minced up, just use your kitchen scissors.
So I don’t know if I had measured the tablespoon yet, looks like I might. Pretty close there we go, one tablespoon of fresh oregano to one teaspoon of dried oregano. Now some people use a little bit different ratio, it might be two teaspoons of fresh to one teaspoon of dried but you definitely need more fresh as compared to the dried to have the same result.