Wooden bowl of bay laurel leaves on black chalkboard background

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Wooden bowl of bay laurel leaves on black chalkboard background

By Amy Grant Sweet bay is an integral part of most of my soups and stews. This Mediterranean herb imparts a subtle flavor and boosts the flavor of other herbs. While not winter hardy, bay can be grown in a pot in colder zones which can be moved indoors during colder weather, meaning that almost everyone should be picking their own bay leaves; of course, you need to know when to pick them. Is there a specific bay leaf harvest time of year? The following article contains information on harvesting bay leaves, including when and how to harvest bay leaves. When to Harvest Bay Leaves Bay laurel is an evergreen shrub that grows in USDA zones 8 and above. Its attractive glossy, green leaves are the star attraction used dried in a variety of dishes such as soups and stews. It is the key ingredient in Bouquet de garni and

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