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How to Grow & Cook w/10 Different Herbs! (w/Lori Coats of My Raggedy Herbs) (recorded class)

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This video is a recording of a workshop we taught at the 2018 OKC Home + Outdoor Living Show with Lori Coats of My Raggedy Herbs about how you can grow and cook with your own herbs. Lori is an expert at knowing how to use culinary herbs to make things taste great and I’m excited to share her knowledge with you all!

We cover the following 10 herbs in detail: basil, chives, cilantro, mint, oregano, parsley, rosemary, sage, tarragon, thyme.

Culinary Herb Workshop – Seed to Spoon / Prairie Wind Nursery

Cooking with Herbs! – Free Workshops (OKC Home + Outdoor Living Show @ State Fair Park)

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We will be at the OKC Home + Outdoor Living Show at State Fair Park with FREE culinary herb workshops throughout the day on March 23rd-25th, 2018!

Learn how to grow and cook with Mediterranean herbs (oregano, sage, rosemary, thyme, basil) with Seed to Spoon & Prairie Wind Nursery! Class participants will learn how to start their very own herb plant and take it home FREE of charge. Participants will also learn how to use our FREE Seed to Spoon mobile app to grow their own food!

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Exploring Mediterranean Herbs & Native Oklahoma Perennials at Prairie Wind Nursery

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I had a great opportunity to spend some time with Bill Farris at Prairie Wind Nursery in Norman, Oklahoma recently. I learned a lot about cooking herbs and native Oklahoma plants that do well in our extreme conditions and am excited to share what we learned! Bill has been specializing in Mediterranean herbs and native perennials for nearly 30 years and is full of great information. 

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Heat Loving Cilantro Alternatives for Summer! (with Bill Farris from Prairie Wind Nursery)

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We spent some time with Bill Farris at Prairie Wind Nursery in Norman, Oklahoma over the weekend and learned a lot of great information! This clip talks about cilantro alternatives that you can grow once all your cilantro bolts and goes to seed in the heat of summer. We have a lot more footage from our tour that we’re going through now and we’re excited to share everything we learned! Stay tuned and sign up […]

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FAQ – “I want to start growing food but I don’t know what to try first”

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One of the most common questions I receive is “What should I grow first?”. Here’s what I tell people our strategy was in response: Start with something you like and buy a lot of – We started with kale, spinach, lettuce. These items cost us $10 a week at the grocery store whenever we tried to eat healthy and I loved the idea of having unlimited salad greens in my backyard. I had a feeling it […]

Preserving Oregano Using our Dehydrator

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The difference in taste and nutrition provided from herbs grown at home far exceed what you find in the store. Once you start using freshly grown or self-preserved herbs, you’ll never want to go back. We just harvested one of our oregano plants and made dry seasoning from it. We cut the plant down to the base, let the cuttings soak in room temperature water, and then washed it thoroughly to make sure there weren’t […]