You can freeze mint either chopped or with whole leaves. We simply stacked approx 8 leaves in each section of an ice cube tray, and pushed them down so they were well packed.
Cover the leaves with water and pop into the freezer.
When we need some mint, we can remove the number of cubes required. Frozen mint can be use in favoured waters, teas (iced and hot), soups, and sauces. Depending on the recipe, you can either use as it is, or defrost and drain before adding to your favourite recipe.
We are trying to drink more water. Adding a couple of cubes of frozen mint and a slice or two of lemon or lime to a jug of water, results in a refreshing and healthy drink.
Do you preserve any other herbs?
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