i have acouple wet pounds of nice roots that i would like to store and eat them. can i put them in the freezer wet and store for a year. also how much should i eat a day. heres picture of what i want to freeze.
never heard of freezing wet,think you need to dry it out first then freeze it, or put it in a cardboard box in a dry place.
I eat about 2 - 4 grams aday or in a tea, but the tea takes about an hour to make to my liking.
When you are digging in the fall, the plant is heading into its dormant cycle, before commercial refrigeration was invented people would commonly store root crops in a root cellar that was either a small cave or hand dug, they would keep potatoes, turnips, radishes and yeah herbs. I have dug roots and placed them in a box of soil and kept them fresh in a basement, and i have also dug roots and went out into the edge of the forest and used a hoe and dug a row and placed them in it as well. oh i noticed you have a man shaped root in that pile.
this seng here im eating, i was told to put it in petemoss in a cool place and kept it moist and the roots will stay fresh. my season is over now. i sold 8 dry pounds and these roots i will eat over the winter to see if it does anything.