What you need:
Paper lunch bags
1. Make sure your leftover herbs are dry after washing. You can microwave them to be sure and to get them extra crisp.
2. Tie some twine around the sprigs to keep the bunch together, making sure you have excess twine at the ends to use later.
3. Cut 2 holes in the bottom of your paper bag and feed the excess twine through the holes. The paper bags ensure that no dust or dirt land on your herbs.
4. Tie the bags to a string. (Make sure you do not do this above any hot surfaces or kettles, as the condensation will ruin your herbs).