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It is winter here. I wish to purchase lots of fresh Fenugreek leaves and then dry them out for later use.

Questions:

  • What procedure should be followed to dry them out in winter as fast as possible without letting them catch fungus?What procedure should be followed to dry them out in winter as fast as possible without letting them catch fungus?

  • How much drying out time is expected in winter (daytime temperature 21 C)?How much drying out time is expected in winter (daytime temperature 21 C)?

  • Can I use a fan to dry them out? Will that have some adverse effects?

P.S. I do NOT wish to purchase any special machines/tools for drying out herbs.

It is winter here. I wish to purchase lots of fresh Fenugreek leaves and then dry them out for later use.

Questions:

  • What procedure should be followed to dry them out in winter as fast as possible without letting them catch fungus?

  • How much drying out time is expected in winter (daytime temperature 21 C)?

P.S. I do NOT wish to purchase any special machines/tools for drying out herbs.

It is winter here. I wish to purchase lots of fresh Fenugreek leaves and then dry them out for later use.

Questions:

  • What procedure should be followed to dry them out in winter as fast as possible without letting them catch fungus?

  • How much drying out time is expected in winter (daytime temperature 21 C)?

  • Can I use a fan to dry them out? Will that have some adverse effects?

P.S. I do NOT wish to purchase any special machines/tools for drying out herbs.

4 Fenugreek is the "name" of that herb. It is a noun, so why it shouldn't start with a capital letter?
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It is winter here. I wish to purchase lots of fresh Fenugreek leaves and then dry them out for later use.

Questions:

  • What procedure should be followed to dry them out in winter as fast as possible without letting them catch fungus?

  • How much drying out time is expected in winter (daytime temperature 21 C)?

P.S. I do NOT wish to purchase any special machines/tools for drying out herbs.

It is winter here. I wish to purchase lots of fresh Fenugreek leaves and then dry them out for later use.

Questions:

  • What procedure should be followed to dry them out in winter as fast as possible without letting them catch fungus?

  • How much drying out time is expected in winter (daytime temperature 21 C)?

It is winter here. I wish to purchase lots of fresh Fenugreek leaves and then dry them out for later use.

Questions:

  • What procedure should be followed to dry them out in winter as fast as possible without letting them catch fungus?

  • How much drying out time is expected in winter (daytime temperature 21 C)?

P.S. I do NOT wish to purchase any special machines/tools for drying out herbs.

3 Fenugreek is the "name" of that herb. It is a noun, so why it shouldn't start with a capital letter?
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