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February 08, 2010


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Yeah, what took you people so long? Hehehe. Yum.


Want a freezing tip? Put the leftovers into ice cub trays, freeze solid, and store the cubes in a freezer ziplock bag. Then, you can pull out just what you need to thaw on any given evening. This is perfect if you grow your own basil in summer and have a VAT of pesto sometime in late August when the plants all have to be harvested before going to seed.

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Thanks, MommyTime. Freezing in ice cube trays is, indeed, a great way to save pesto for a later time. Then you're not stuck buying out-of-season basil at the grocery store.

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