GOOD STUFF TO KNOW ABOUT DILL
Dill isn’t just for pickles, Friends. In fact, if you don’t like pickles, that’s not to say you don’t like dill (the true culprit could be the vinegar). Dill is marvelous in salads and dressings, in soups, with eggs, in fish dishes and as a meat rub, with its soft and sweet taste. In the body, dill acts as an antioxidant and helps neutralize certain carcinogens, such as those from cigarette and other smoke. Dill also prevents bacterial overgrowth.
Wrap fresh dill in damp paper towel and place in a plastic bag, in the fridge. Fresh dill will usually last a couple days tops. It could get slimy if not used fresh. Or else dehydrate dill as soon as possible.