All our bulk dried spices are delivered to us in premium condition – retaining their beautiful fresh aromas and flavours.
How do you use bulk dried herbs?
Bulk dried herbs can be used to add delicious flavour to sweet or savoury recipes, as well as herbal teas. Some dried herbs are also suitable for use in homemade skin and hair care products, or just add a scoop to a relaxing bath.
How long do bulk herbs last?
Bulk dried herbs usually have a shelf life of 12 – 24 months, when kept in an airtight container and stored in a cool place away from direct sunlight. Please see the use-by date on our in-store product label for each batch.
How should dried herbs and spices be stored?
Dried herbs and spices should be stored in a dry, airtight container and stored in a cool place away from direct sunlight.
How much dried herbs replace fresh herbs?
As dried herbs usually have a more concentrated flavour, less will be needed than if fresh herbs are used. Generally replace 3 tbsp of fresh herbs with just 1 tbsp of dried, a 3:1 ratio.
What dried herbs go well with salmon?
Some dried herbs & spices that go well with salmon include thyme, rosemary, sage, tarragon, chilli, turmeric, cumin and Cajun spice mix. Australian Bush foods are also great with salmon. Try pepperberry, wattleseed or lemon myrtle for unique flavours.
What dried herbs go well with chicken?
Most dried herbs & spices compliment chicken depending on the recipe and cuisine. Dried aromatic herbs like thyme, rosemary, sage, oregano, marjoram and tarragon all suit chicken dishes especially in Mediterranean recipes. Australian Bush foods are also beautiful with chicken. Try pepperberry, wattleseed or lemon myrtle for unique flavours. Coriander, chilli, garam masala, turmeric, cumin or dukkah are all great in any number of chicken recipes.