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Dill

Storage: Shake the stems loosely and then place them in a plastic bag. Add a piece of paper towel to absorb any condensation that may form inside the bag. Keep in the refrigerator, where it should last between 7 to 10 days. You can also keep the stems in a jar or vase with water and cover the leaves with a plastic cover for longer lasting flavor and freshness.

Preparation: Chop as desired

Taste: Slightly sharp, tangy green

Nutritional Benefits: Dill is a good source of vitamin A (for skin and eye health), vitamin C (for immunity), and flavenoids that work as antioxidants to reduce inflammation and reduce the risk of cancer.