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Me either! I need to find a way to dry it without it turning black. Does anyone know how to do this?

I love pesto, like yours my hubs isn't 100% keen on it so oh well I guess..

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Mt husband doesn't like pesto either, so I make it and freeze it in an ice cube tray and pop them out and have indivual servings then. I have never been able to dry my basil without it turning black...

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Thanks for the links Amber. Now I just have to get my basil to grow healthy for me! I'll work on it.

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Great stories Caroline & Annie. Great links Amber.

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Wow you guys, good tips in here!

I found some links for preserving fresh basil:
www.apinchof.com/preservebasil1106.h
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www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/ingredie
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Mmmmmm! The basil vinegar in this one sounds YUMMY!!

www.herbcompanion.com/herbs-in-the-k
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I am liking the idea of the ice cube trays. That would be a great addition to a homemade soup!!!

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I forgive others for liking other baseball teams, lol! Actually, I love the freedom of choice, even when it comes to our sports teams! and the Braves are one of my favorite teams, too! All that I know of the Reds is that Griffey used to play for them...but, we are getting off subject, sorry.

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True, True, if they will do it. Did i tell you my husband is a Braves fan. Im still a die hard Reds fan. Caroline

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Good for your son! Most people just believe what the Dr tells them & blindly do it! I know alot of people who won't get a second opinion because they don't want to offend their Dr!!!!
As for wine, I believe it can be very healthful, in moderation (okay, sometimes I forget the moderation part), but sometime, especially with blood diseases, it's probably NOT benefitial! As with most things, do the research, know if it is right for you & your situation. Anyone that says that health, fitness & nutrition are black & white are, I'm sorry, but I think, CRAZY! Nothing in this world is absolutely black & white, not even black & white, that's what makes it SO fun!

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CLCOOL, My son's first dr. didnt believe in herbs, organic etc, My son just looked at him and said we are through here and walked out of his office.New Dr. was ok with new things. He still gets tired, and has restless legs sometimes, he does a few other herbs and vitamins, NO IRON, he does NOT DRINK ANY ALCOHOL.He does organic foods, he is the one who helped me when i was diagnosed with CKD, on eating organic.His exercise is walking. I dont want to upset any one, but he had a friend, and another distant relative who had Hep C, and they drank alcohol, mildly as they put it and they have passed away, so be careful with the wine.
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ALL ORGANIC--Baked pork chops in chicken broth. Half Runner green beans, New red pot.with butter and parsley, and yes i do use butter.
If your friend will go on the internet about these herbs ,it will tell her of there good use for Hep C, the way i look at it , it wont hurt to try herbs.
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Right after I was first diagnosed with Hep C I went to my naturopath and he put me on a regimen of intravenous vitamins and herbs. I had to sit at his clinic twice a week for about 3 hours each time to receive the drip. After 2 months of that I went back to my primary care physician for tests to see how my liver was doing and his very words were, "well, your blood shows you have the virus but your liver doesn't seem to know it!" I told him I was using alternative medicine and he wasn't even interested. He assured me that I needed to go on interferon therapy. Go figure. That was about 16 years ago and now, though I can't afford the intravenous sessions anymore I still learned a lot about taking care of my liver. Without the drip my enzyme level is just a little over normal and I am able to keep it there by using herbs. I'm sure that if I did a few more things I could bring it down even more; I'm just lazy. I might regret that some day. I have cut down on my evening glass of wine to about 3 or 4 glasses a week. If I ate a totally healthy diet (no white flours, sugars, donuts at church, etc.) it would be a good thing. I'm slowly getting there.


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BADBEVNOW:That's great info about your son. One of the ladies that go on our SP hikes has a husband with Hep C, he's pretty bad off. I might see how open she is to trying that, I might have to feel her out 1st, because she's a nurse & sometimes people in the Medical field are open to "natural" means of getting better.

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Good, clean, non-hydrogenated saturated fat is necessary for all body functions. I really believe that strongly. Removing saturated fats from our diets hasn't helped our health as a culture as I look around. Too bad most sat fats consumed by the average citizen are hydrogenated (trans fats) which is a bad thing for sure.
imho

Sorry, I know all that didn't have anything to do with basil. Basil goes real well with soft cheeses. I'll shut up now.
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Hospitals are terrific for traumatic care; for acute care. They do a really, really good job in saving lives when it’s a sudden bleeding emergency. But in terms of chronic care, they’re terrible; (that is) in terms of the illnesses that most people have, endure, that cost the most money, that last the longest and ultimately die from. -Dr. Andrew Saul


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Koko, my son has chronic Hep. C and for years he has taken Milk Thistle,Dandelion, and Grape Seed. When ever he has his blood work done, he is always on target. He has had Hep C since he was 20 years old due to a car wreck in which he was almost killed, back then they didn't check blood for diseases like this. He is 51 today, he was doing herbs when herbs werent cool, and i believe they have kept him alive.I am like you olive oil is a better choice i think then fat, its a matter of personal choice tho.
Ds- thanks for the recipe sounds so good.
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Ani,
That reminds me, I saw some dandelion greens at the store today! Hhhmm, maybe I'll have to pick some up for dinner here soon!


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Anyone have any good tips for preserving basil(besides drying which I already do as well as making herb butter)
I've been itching to make some pesto and freeze it but hubby detests pesto in just about anything so that is out.
My basil is going beserk!

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Thanks for the salad idea DSQUARED3; looks really delicious!

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now I'm hungry, mmm can taste the basil! makes a great pesto to keep in the fridge, easy to use too.

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Yum thanks for the recipe. I don't use much basil except from the spice shaker but I keep hearing about how great it is, so thanks for the info.

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2 Zucchini squash
2 yellow squash
Shave both thinly lengthwise with a carrot peeler to make them look "noodle like"
1 cup cherry tomatoes
5 oil packed sun dried tomatoes
onion of your choice in the amount of choice (I used 1 small white onion the size of a shallot)
1 TBSP EVOO
2 cloves garlic, chopped
chopped basil to taste (I used 2 TBSP)
chopped oregano to taste (I omitted this)
Sea salt and pepper to taste

In a large bowl, gently toss together all ingredients. Serve immediately

I thought the dish needed vinegar because I love the taste of it so I added about 1TBSP



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my grand father used to pick the early tender leaves and fry them with a bit of butter or just put a little vinegar on them. I wouldn't do fat, maybe so olive oil

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Sounds like the right thing to do. Yes, dandelion is a great cleansing herb. I take that too and I eat dandelion leaves lightly steamed. I really like them. I put just a tiny bit (half a teaspoon) of bacon fat in a pot of dandelion greens and it makes them taste really yummy. I know you are pretty much vegetarian so I don't know if you would be willing to do that. I can't think of any reasonable substitute that would have the same tasty affect. Somehow the bacon flavor makes the bitter greens very palatable. Southern cooks have used that trick forever.

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Hi Anni I looked at the link, interesting I used to drink dandelion tea will tea or seasoning work or do you need to use an extract. I have a friend who is a alternative healer and works a lot with herbs. I will talk to her if we get up that way, she is a 2 hour drive away.

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Psoriasis is often caused by a couple of things; general emotional/mental stress and/or a liver that is stressed. There are some great herbs that can help. Many skin conditions are just your body's way of telling you that something isn't quite right inside. The skin is an organ that we can see and receive messages from.

I too have occasional bouts of psoriasis. I also have Hepatitis C which is a viral liver disease so my liver is always over-worked and stressed. I take several things (herbal) and experiment frequently with different remedies. I find that when I eat more green leafy veggies my skin clears up. Also a diet rich in EFA's is necessary for skin health.

Milk thistle is one of the most popular cleansing herbs; It can work wonders. There are herbal extract combinations that have milk thistle as one of the main ingredients.

Here's a webpage that has a list of great herbs.
www.detox-guide.com/liver-cleanse-he
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You can also Google skin cleansing herbs and find a lot of ideas and information.

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that basil can sound good, can you get healthful affects from the powdered herd or do you have to use the fresh plant. what do you recommend to put on psoriasis, I have a bad case of it

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I would love that recipe as well!

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Owww! let me know how the summer squash & zucchini salad is & a recipe...I'm growing zucchini like crazy! and trying to find different ways to use it!

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Another one of my favorite herbs, I use it in LOTS of stuff, especially salads. My favorite is cucumber and tomato salad with black olives, oil and vinegar, salt, pepper and LOTS of basil. I used it in a zucchini and summer squash salad tonight. I prefer it fresh and not cooked, as I think it looses its flavor if you cook it. Many times if I am walking past it in the garden I just eat it straight from the plant. Great breath freshener.

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To be honest, I don't know a lot about basil or how to use it, but I am thinking seriously about an indoor herb garden this winter & would love herbs that smell good. I wonder if I could grow it in a hanging basket in the bathroom like a houseplant, where it would get tons of humidity!
I really want to add houseplants to my home again, but with the cats I've been apprehensive, so I thought, well, at least most herbs are safe if they get into them!

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I grow mine in a hanging basket. It has to be watered every day whether its from rain or the hose. It usually does very well for me in the summer, but I have a hard time keeping it alive when I bring it inside for the winter. Too dry in the house and not enough light.

I love to tear up the leaves and put in salads, make pesto, or put in homemade spaghetti sauce!

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I love basil too but I haven't had much luck growing it. Recently a gardener told me to never water the leaves only the earth around the base. she said rain was okay but not water from the hose. It wilts and rusts those beautiful leaves. I don't think I watered the leaves on mine but maybe I did and just don't remember. But they have always done poorly for me. I'll try again sometime.

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Today I actually bought a basil plant and it is beautiful! Basil is actually one of the herbs I use the most so I am so excited to have a plant just for me! It smells wonderful!

How does everyone use basil?

I love to use it in my spaghetti along with fresh rosemary (another plant I bought today!!) and garlic. I love the flavor! I didn't realize that it was related to the mint family. I shouldn't be surprised though because of the smell!

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Ah the lovely basil! Who uses it? Who likes it? What do you use it for and how do you use it?

Health Benefits of Basil:

* Studies have established that basil essential oil contain a substance that have a strong antioxidant that can prevent premature aging, age related problems and even cancer.
* Essential oil of basil has anti-bacterial properties. Studies have shown the effectiveness of basil in restricting growth of numerous bacteria (like staphylococcus, enterococcus and pseudomonas) that has become resistant to commonly used antibiotic drugs.
* Basil contain flavonoids (orientin and vicenin are the two important water-soluble flavonoids), the flavonoids in basil protect cell structures as well as chromosomes from radiation and oxygen-based damaged.
* Basil has anti-inflammatory effects, making it an ideal food for those people suffering from arthritis. The basil oil contains substance called eugenol which blocks the activity of an enzyme in the body called cyclooxygenase. This enzyme would normally cause swelling.
* Basil is a rich source of Beta-carotene, this help protect epithelial cells (lining of numerous body structures including the blood vessels) from free radical damage. Free radical damage is a contributing factor in the development of conditions like arthritis and cancer.
* Basil is also a good source of magnesium, a mineral that makes the muscles and blood vessels to relax, therefore improving blood flow and lessening the risk of irregular heart rhythm of the heart muscle or a blood vessel.
* Basil is a very good source of iron, calcium, potassium and vitamin C and K. It is also a good source of dietary fibers.
* Basil essential oil when used as skin and hair moisturizer, it enhances the luster of dull looking skin
and hair.
* Basil essential oil is effective in treating skin problems like acne and psoriasis.
* Basil tea is used to treat constipation, stomach cramps, indigestion and flatulence. It can also provides immediate relief from the gas in your stomach and intestines.
* Basil essential oil is effective in providing relief from cold, influenza, whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis, and sinus infections.
* Basil essential oil can be used as an anti vomiting agent in motion sickness and many other vomiting cases.
* Basil essential oil when used in aromatherapy can provide a calming effect; it is therefore effective in stress related problems like migraines and depression. If use regularly can give mental strength and clarity.

Check out these links on the properties and many health benefits of basil:

This is the one from the World's Healthiest Foods:
www.whfoods.com/genpage.php?tname=fo
od
spice&dbid=85


Here is a good link for the benefits and medicinal uses of basil:


herbal-properties.suite101.com/artic
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.cfm/basils_health_benefits_and_mediR>cinal_uses


Here is another good link:

hubpages.com/hub/Health-Benefits-of-
Ba
sil


Cooking with Basil:

homecooking.about.com/od/herbsspices
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www.helpwithcooking.com/herb-guide/b
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