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    Adding dried herbs and/or roasted garlic is a great way to add flavor to your cheeses. (We do not recommend adding fresh herbs or garlic because they can carry other microbes that can cause problems or contamination during aging.) French Herbs is a delicious blend of herbs for your soft and fresh cheeses.

    CONTAINS: A delightful mixture of Chives, Parsley, Basil, Rosemary, Marjorman and Tarragon

    DIRECTIONS: Usage will vary from recipe to recipe. Can be layered in the curds, mixed into soft, spreadable cheeses or rolled on the outside of a finished cheese. Also try in you other cooking projects!

    STORAGE: Store tightly sealed in a cool, dry place. Will last indefinitely.

    NOTE: Non-irradiated

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    Description of Components

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    Wheat *processed on equipment that also processes wheat
    X Other Cereals containing gluten
    X Crustaceans
    X Eggs
    X Fish
    X Peanuts *processed on equipment that also processes peanuts
    X

    Soy

    *processed on equipment that also processes soy
    X Milk (including lactose)
    X Tree Nuts *processed on equipment that also processes tree nuts
    X Celery
    X Mustard
    X Sesame Seeds
    X Sulphur Dioxide & Sulphits (> 10 mg/kg)
    X Lupin
    X Molluscs


    Based on 2 Reviews
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    From: Dry Creek, AK

    Love the herb mix!

    I use this herb mixture in my Tilsiter version of your Tilsit recipe. The subtle herb flavors enrich the cheese. Love it!

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    • delicious
    Cons:
    • not%20local
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    Delicious but not local

    I enjoy this mixture a lot in fromage blanc and in pizza dough. It's very chivey and delicious. My only complaint is that it is not sourced locally in Mass or New England where all these herbs do grow. If I am not mistaken there was a locally sourced french herb mix on this site in the past, what happened?