RE: Cilantro slump
Posted Thursday, April 12, 2012 at 2:11 PM
It depends on your climate, but I have found a trick if you are in a dry area. Bunch it together by the stems and hang the bunch from a hook over the kitchen counter. It will gradually dry, and remain usable for weeks. It will wilt but in a why which is less damaging to it. Rinse it first, before tying up. I use a big twist tie because as it dries you will have to tighten the tie.
It also makes your kitchen look interesting.
It is too humid where I now live but I accidentally discovered that if I rinse it, shake it dry and spread it out on a large plate and put it in the fridge, it gradually dries in there. I guess the secret is not to bunch it up or it goes bad.
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