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When we lived in the log house, a million miles from a grocery store, I grew my own herbs and wouldn't have given a passing glance to herbs in a tube. Then, we moved to the city, a million miles from my herb garden, and when I saw these herb pastes in the produce section of the supermarket, I thought, why not give them a try? Well, I'm hooked. The tubes last for weeks, and a squirt here and there adds bright, fresh flavor to soups, stews, stir-fries, marinades... well, pretty much anything. There are a couple of brands, but this is the one I've been using (and nobody is paying me to say this). Have you tried herbs in a tube yet? What do you think?
Herbs in a tube: like or dislike?
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