In terms of ease, making bouquet garni bags filled with dried herbs and seasonings is right up there with the simplicity of forcing bulbs for gifts, which we featured last week.
Classic bouquet garni are little bundles of dried herbs tied with kitchen twine that are tossed into the cooking liquid to impart the flavor of the herbs and seasonings into whatever you're making: stock, broth, stews or soups. When you think the bag has been in long enough - hours, by my book - then you simply remove it and throw it away.
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