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Is it a good idea to grind dried oregano with a mortar and pestle?
Someone explained to me that I could increase the surface area of my herbs significantly when grinding them in a mortar with a bit of salt. It is indeed quite easy to grind them down to a powder. I do ...
Aug 15 '12 at 15:42
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