What you can do: Use fresh lemongrass to add zesty flavor and an immunity boost to your dishes.
What you can do: Try these Wiccan recipes for salve, tea, and incense; you don' t have to believe in magic to use them.
What you can do: Grab a glass of water and some sharp pruning shears.
What you can do: Use the ice cream maker of your choice and invent your own recipes using organic ingredients.
What you can do: Be wary of giving a baby herbs in the first 6 months of life; read up on herbal remedies for kids, and keep your doctor informed.
What you can do: Replace basic herbs like basil and thyme in your dishes with chervil, lovage, lemon verbena, and other less-common culinary herbs.
What you can do: If you have 7 minutes to spare, make your own fabulous tarragon vinegar with four sprigs of tarragon and 2 cups of white wine vinegar. Voilà!
What you can do: Incorporate herbs and spices into your grilling routine to drastically cut back on carcinogenic compounds created when you cook beef at high temperatures.
What you can do: Rinse and clean cilantro properly; be sure it dries before storing any leftover sprigs.
What you can do: Use herbs as salt substitutes to get more flavor and less salt in your diet.