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The Instacart guide to thyme
One of the joys of home cooking is the ability to serve meals with a variety of flavors -- even some that you might be experimenting with as you try new and different recipes. One of the ways to produce those flavors is to include various types of herbs that produce certain specific tastes, according to what you and your family enjoy most. One of the most widely used herbs in cooking is thyme. As you go about your weekly shopping, here's what you need to know about thyme:
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Thyme responds well to being stored, as long as you follow a couple of important principles. Most important is to keep thyme wrapped in a damp paper towel while you are waiting to add it to a recipe. If your cooking schedule has a longer time horizon, the best conditions are to keep the paper towel inside a plastic bag in the refrigerator. Under these conditions, full sprigs of fresh thyme will generally keep for about two weeks.
Thyme leaves will keep in a plastic container for about three days. Once the leaves start to turn brown, it's time to throw them away and start with fresher leaves. Cooking experts say that extra thyme leaves can also be stored. They recommend covering them with water in the individual bins of an ice cube tray and sliding them into the freezer. They can be defrosted in the future for cooking. Dried thyme can be stored and saved in a cool, dark place for up to three years.
Herbs like thyme make cooking a joy. If you are looking for a minty addition to a dish, then consider placing an order for thyme through your Instacart app with all your other grocery needs. You can also order other spices and herbs such as cilantro, fennel, and chamomile to support your cooking style. Your Instacart shopper will save you time and money by doing the shopping for you. You can get your groceries delivered the same day, often in as little as 2 hours! Place your grocery order today.