We have put together a number of questions that we are typically asked. We hope the answers can be of benefit to you too - and otherwise we are no more than an email or phone call away.
Enjoy your liquid herbs and bon appetit.
How do I use liquid herbs?
Like you use fresh herbs and dried spices.
Liquid herbs can be used for almost all cooking - stews, marinades, dips, salads, meats, vegetables - yes, even for some kind of bakeries. Our ambition is that you replace the dull, dried spices with liquid herbs for a far better taste.
You can use liquid herbs in both the cooking as well as on the dinner table next to salt and pepper.
How much should I use?
We recommend about 2 teaspoons per serving.
But of course, it depends on what dish you make and how much flavor you want. Therefore, the easiest thing is to just try it out.
Often it takes a bit more if you use it in stews than if you pour it directly on the food on the plate.
How long is the sehlf life when the bottle is opened?
The shelf life is the same whether the bottle is opened or not.
That's the smart thing. Instead of buying herbs in a pot in the supermarket, which wilt before you get to use it, liquid herbs are just as fresh when it was opened as several months later. You probably think "how can that be possible". It is simple. Our liquid herbs are preserved with organic vinegar and sea salt. It is an old household trick to use vinegar, which keeps the fresh taste and extends the shelf life. No other hocus pocus.
Should it be refrigerated?
Nope. Neither before nor after opening.
The trick is organic vinegar, which is a natural way to preserve fresh foods. There is no need to refrigerate the bottles - not even after opening. Just as your vinegar bottle stands on the kitchen table and not in the refrigerator, so can liquid herbs. Then they are not forgotten in the back of the refrigerator either.
Place liquid herbs at the stove or on the dinner table, so you always have herbs with fresh taste at hand.
Because that's the only right way for us.
When you produce organically, nature gives back with a much better taste. That's how we like it. Ecology is part of our DNA - read more about our history here.